The 6th Dynasty pyramid of Teti 1, now completely ruined.
Adjacent to the pyramid are the mastabas of his officials.
The mastaba of Kagemni, a Vizier
and judge under three Pharaohs of the 5th and 6th Dynasties, has marvelous relieves showing fishermen
Unas complex, the oldest tomb which has Pyramid Texts inscribed.
His pyramid is surprisingly small considering his long reign, rising only 52 meters above ground. Its present condition is also a disappointment, it is more like a heap of rubble, and it is only on the northern side that a few stones still stand
The Pyramid complex of Djedkare from the 5th Dynasty, known as Haram el-Shawaf.
The tomb of Horemheb - Built before he became Pharaoh, in a modest scale, with wall decorations showing his daily life.
The tomb was never used, hence his last resting place became the Valley of the Kings.
The Pyramid of Ibi from the 8th Dynasty - the only pyramid constructed during the first intermediate period. His pyramid was small compared to all other completed ones, just 21 meters high. Today it is in a very ruinous state, consisting of 3 piles of limestone chips lying around the burial chamber.