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  • Kathleen Bowyer

    Architecture Petra, Jordan, Most amazing place I've ever seen ... and I've been to a few places!!

  • Elaine Conner

    Very high up on my bucket list! Architecture Petra, Jordan

  • Sherrill Murrell

    Such Beautiful Architecture Petra, Jordan | See More Pictures - "I'm looking for Indiana Jones, Henry & "Follow me, I know the way" Marcus! A scene from "Last Crusade?" :)

  • Lori Chenier

    Petra, Jordan | Best places in the World Just curious was Indiana Jones there :)Lol

  • Sunny Sunshine

    Such Beautiful Architecture Petra, Jordan~ i visit this with my soul mate! <3

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visitheworld: Early morning at The Treasury, Petra, Jordan (by www.garymcgovern.net).

Garden tomb, Petra, Jordan. UNESCO & ICOMOS recently collaborated to publish their first book on human & natural threats to these sensitive World Heritage sites, choosing Petra as its first & most important example of threatened landscapes.

Petra, Jordan. Don't know why but I've always wanted to see this

The habits of the original natives may have influenced the Nabataean custom of burying the dead and offering worship in half-excavated caves.

Petra, Jordan. I probably won't be traveling in the Middle East anytime soon, but I can still dream

Petra, Jordan. One of the most incredible places I've ever visited.

To get the first glimpse of Petra from the back of a horse or a camel, just like all the other travellers through the ages did. "It seems no work of Man's creative hand, by labour wrought as wavering fancy planned; But from the rock as if by magic grown, eternal, silent, beautiful, alone! - John William Burgon.

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Petra, Jordan - A town/temple completely carved out of a cliff. Amazing.

Established possibly as early as 312 BC as the capital city of the Nabataeans, it is a symbol of Jordan, as well as its most visited tourist attraction. UNESCO has described it as "one of the most precious cultural properties of man's cultural heritage". Petra was chosen by the Smithsonian Magazine as one of the "28 Places to See Before You Die".