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  • Aisha Suliman

    Petra, Jordan #BucketList

  • Rachelle Benson Yabrov

    Petra, Jordan --- one of my favorite places in the world. Can't wait to go back.

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  • Mathilda Monday

    The Lost City in Jordan- Petra, a World Heritage Site as well as one of the “Seven Wonders of the World”. The name itself means “rock” and the whole city is famous for its rock cut architecture, amazing rock pathways, mysterious caves and breathtaking views. Indiana Jones was filmed here. On my bucket list." data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

  • Meghan Finley

    Petra, Jordan. Bucket list. (And now I have the Indiana Jones theme song in my head, too.)

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    Petra | Ma’an Governorate | Jordan #Petra #Jordan #travel #bucklist #seebeforeyoudie

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