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Kurdish Dancers | Kurds are native to the Middle East mostly mostly inhabiting a region known as Kurdistan, which includes adjacent parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey.

Persian People | Iranian | People from our lovely Earth...

Petra, Jordan

Dead sea

The Jordan River (well, what's left of it), in the Middle East, is the lowest river in the world. It ends in the Dead Sea, at a depth of 1,312 feet (400 meters) below sea level. The river is important to Christians, Jews, and Muslims because of its location in an area that is holy to all three.

Cardo Maximus. Jerash, Jordan. Massive ancient Roman ruins of a city 800,000 sq meters.

The remains of the ancient Triumphal Arch in Tyre, Lebanon

Marketplace in Oman

Mountains of Zanjan, Iran by Taha Tebyani

Damascus, Syria A stunning show of craftsmanship the chandelier alone had me, but when you look elsewhere. Little treasures abound

Tomb of Lazarus. It is located in the West Bank Town of al-Eizariya. Identified as the Biblical village of Bethany, on the southeast slope of the Mount of Olives (1.5 miles east of Jerusalem)..

Tomb of Lazarus - Jerusalem

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LEBANON, HIKING THRU THE FOREST

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LEBANON, THE LARGE MELKITE MONASTERY IN KANCHARA, BEAUTIFUL SPOT

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LEBANON, JEBAL SANNINE

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LEBANON, BEKAA, BAALBECK, LARGEST ROMAN RUINS

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Madina, Saudi Arabia

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LEBANON, TRIPOLI & AL KOURA

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