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The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only Ancient Wonder of the World that's still in existence. But even 4,500 years after it was built (by real Egyptians, not aliens), much of it still hasn't been explored. The reason doesn't have to do with a curse, but a door deep in the heart of the structure that won't open. To get past that door, a team of researchers from Leeds University developed a robot that can drill right through it. But it's not so simple. There are two rooms in the middle of the Pyramid, and they're called the Queens Chamber and the Kings Chamber. Two shafts lead from the Queen's Chamber, but no one knows why they exist. It's still a mystery, because those shafts each have doors that can't open, and some Egyptologists think an important discovery lies behind it.