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City of Petra

The Palace Tombs of the ancient Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan – the apparent resting place of the Holy Grail in “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Petra, Jordania - thegreatmoustache.com

One of the 7 man-made wonders of the world, Petra - Tourism Marketing Concepts

Petra es un importante enclave arqueológico en Jordania, y la capital del antiguo reino nabateo. El nombre de Petra proviene del griego πέτρα que significa piedra, y su nombre es perfectamente adecuado; no se trata de una ciudad construida con piedra, sino, literalmente, excavada y esculpida en la piedra. Ahora, por votación popular, una de las 7 maravillas del mundo.

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Petra, Jordan: This ancient city in southwestern Jordan, built on a terrace around Wadi Musa, or Valley of Moses, was the capital of the Arab kingdom of the Nabateans. The city is famous for water tunnels and stone structures carved in the rock.

Garden tomb, Petra, Jordan


♥ to go there some day UNESCO World Heritage Site - Garden Tomb Petra, Jordan

Petra, Jordan

Petra in Jordan. I've always wanted to go to Petra, ever since I saw it in National Geographic as a child.

Petra, Jordan

Facade of the Treasury in Petra, Jordan. Petra, hidden in a deep gorge in Jordan, was once described as "the rose red city half as old as time." Whereas the façade of its famous Treasury was carved some two thousand years ago.


Petra, Jordan ::: al khazneh, or the treasury. Is this carved directly out of the surrounding stone landscape? - Or constructed in a more standard (although still very challenging) way?

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

200 Years Since Petra Was Discovered. Petra is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jordan. In the year the city of Petra had been

Petra, Jordan - a place I hope to visit again soon

'Ever since Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt rediscovered this spectacular site in 1812 the ancient Nabataean city of Petra has been drawing the crowds and with good reason. This is one of the Middle Easts most treasured attract