Though Egyptâ€™s Great Pyramid in Giza remains the most discussed pyramid in the world, itâ€™s not the biggest one in the world, thatâ€™s for sure. In fact, that title goes to Mexicoâ€™s Great Pyramid of Cholula. The ancient Aztec temple in Puebla, Mexico, whose base is four times larger than Gizaâ€™s and has nearly twice the volume, is so often overlooked partly because itâ€™s hidden underneath layers of dirt, causing it to appear more like a natural mountain than a place of worship.
The Great Pyramid of Cholula, known to the locals as Tlachihualtepetl (man-made mountain), stands around 66 meters (216 feet) tall and 450 meters (1,475 feet) wide. Although archaeologists cannot seem to agree on who built the complex, it is thought to have been constructed at some point around 300 BCE.