Not content with their angle of view at the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The Great Pyramids of Giza, these guys literally took their point of view to another level!

Whilst hiding from the guards for four hours after closing time this group of Russian tourists began scaling the enormous Great Pyramid as the sun began to set – allowing photographer Vitaliy Raskalov to snap pictures of the surrounding area and the majestic nearby Pyramids from the top of the 455ft structure.

The stunt could have resulted in jail time of 1 to 3 years for the daredevils if they were caught, but don’t worry they managed to descend again under the cover of darkness.

At the top, they found many paintings and inscriptions in different languages (including Arabic, French, and Russian) and from that vantage point, they were able to snap these amazing nighttime photographs of the landscape that most photographers can only dream of – have a look below.