An Egyptian-German archaeological mission has uncovered eight storage rooms in the Pyramid of Sahure, located in Giza province. This discovery is described as highly significant as it provides insights into the interior design of the Pyramid Complex of King Sahure, dating back to 2400 BC. Despite some damage to the northern and southern parts of the storage area, remnants of the original walls and parts of the floor have been preserved.
Plans are underway to open these chambers to both Egyptian and foreign visitors. The pyramid complex includes a large burial pyramid, a smaller satellite pyramid, a mortuary temple, and a valley temple.