There are a very large num­ber of real­ly huge pyra­mids, both mod­ern and ancient. You can deter­mine the largest of them by a vari­ety of para­me­ters, the sim­plest of which will sim­ply mea­sure the height. How­ev­er, a more accu­rate way is to com­pare pyra­mids by vol­ume using the stan­dard vol­ume for­mu­la. True, there are also a num­ber of inac­cu­ra­cies here, many pyra­mids are par­tial­ly destroyed, and some are still far from being com­plete­ly exca­vat­ed. Nev­er­the­less, I present to you a list of the 8 largest pyra­mids in the world.
the biggest pyramids

8. La Danta in El Mirador

(0.9 mil­lion cubic meters)

El Mirador was one of the major Mayan cities from the 6th cen­tu­ry BC to the 1st cen­tu­ry AD. The peak pop­u­la­tion here exceed­ed 8,000 peo­ple. For unknown rea­sons, the city was aban­doned at the end of the 9th cen­tu­ry AD. Its ruins were dis­cov­ered in 1926, but they did not become very pop­u­lar due to their loca­tion deep in the jun­gle in north­ern Guatemala. Today, every­thing is over­grown with jun­gle, and the largest build­ing here, the La Dante com­plex, is more like a big green hill.
Pyramid of La Dante
The La Dan­ta com­plex con­sists of sev­er­al plat­forms, on the high­est of which there are three pyra­mids, one of which reach­es 21 meters in height.
largest pyramids in the world

7. Pyramid of the Sun Teotihuacan

(1.2 mil­lion cubic meters)

The Pyra­mid of the Sun is the largest struc­ture of the ancient city of Teoti­hua­can and one of the largest pyra­mids in South Amer­i­ca. The name comes from the Aztecs, who set­tled here sev­er­al cen­turies after the city was aban­doned.

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sun pyramid

6. Hotel Luxor

(1.228 mil­lion cubic meters)

The Lux­or Hotel was one of the first mega-struc­tures to appear in Las Vegas in the 1990s. In 1993, Lux­or was opened after 18 months of con­struc­tion. Inside there are 2526 guest rooms, a giant casi­no, a show­room, restau­rants and a dis­co club on the sec­ond floor. with a length of 183 meters and a height of 110 meters, Lux­or is sig­nif­i­cant­ly infe­ri­or to the Pyra­mid of Cheops in Giza, on the mod­el of which it was built.

hotel luxor

5. Bent Pyramid in Egypt

(1.237 mil­lion cubic meters)

The Bent Pyra­mid at Dahshur was the sec­ond pyra­mid built by Pharaoh Sne­feru. Its base ris­es at an angle of 55 degrees, and then sud­den­ly changes the angle of incli­na­tion to 43 degrees. There are many hypothe­ses explain­ing such a project, which you can read about in a detailed arti­cle at the link above.
broken pyramid

4. Pink Pyramid

(1.69 mil­lion cubic meters)

Built by Pharaoh Sne­feru, the Pink Pyra­mid is the first suc­cess­ful attempt at build­ing a prop­er pyra­mid. Its dimen­sions at the base are 220 by 220 meters, and the height is 104 meters. It was the largest Egypt­ian pyra­mid before the con­struc­tion of the Giza pyra­mids.
Pyramids of Egypt

3. Great Pyramid of Cholula

(1.8 mil­lion cubic meters)

The pyra­mid of Cholu­la in Mex­i­co looks like a no longer nat­ur­al hill, on top of which a Catholic church is built. Accord­ing to the Guin­ness Book of Records, this tem­ple is actu­al­ly the largest pyra­mid in the world. Its total vol­ume was esti­mat­ed at 4.45 mil­lion cubic meters.
cholula pyramid
How­ev­er, in the course of sub­se­quent exca­va­tions and research, sci­en­tists came to the con­clu­sion that the com­plex con­sists of sev­er­al struc­tures built on top of each oth­er at dif­fer­ent peri­ods of time, and the base of the pyra­mid itself is much small­er in vol­ume. How­ev­er, even with such cal­cu­la­tions, it ranks third in the list of the largest pyra­mids in the world.
largest pyramids in the world

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2. Pyramid of Khafre in Egypt

(2.2 mil­lion cubic meters)

The Pyra­mid of Khafre is the sec­ond largest pyra­mid on the Giza plateau. Although it appears to be taller than the Great Pyra­mid due to its ele­va­tion, it is small­er in size. Its base is 215 meters long and 14365 meters high. Also, a dis­tinc­tive fea­ture is the local­ly pre­served lay­er of fac­ing stone.
pyramid of khafren

1. Pyramid of Cheops

(2.58 mil­lion cubic meters)

The Great Pyra­mid of Cheops is the largest pyra­mid in the world, as well as the only remain­ing mir­a­cle in the list of 7 ancient won­ders of the world. Its con­struc­tion was com­plet­ed in 2560 BC, 2 mil­lion huge stone blocks were used with­in 20 years. The height of the pyra­mid is 139 meters, and the length at the base is 230 meters.
the Pyramid of Cheops