Originally built in 1988 as a mausoleum for the Albanian Dictator Enver Hoxha, it was to have been a museum of his life and times. However, three years after his entombment here his body was evicted, as Communism fell in Albania. For a short time it was used as an centre for contemporary arts, including film, music and art.
It is now used for two purposes: as a Centre of Culture - essentially a convention centre nowadays, and a huge slide for very brave children (and adults).
Now head on over to Lulu's Bay to see a few other pyramids that her friends have found, just to prove that Egypt isn't the only place with respectable pyramids!