Jordan is also known as the Kingdom of Jordan is located in the north of the Arabian Peninsula.
The nation is bordered by Syria to the east, with Iraq and Saudi Arabia, in the west with Israel, and of course; south by Saudi Arabia. A small part of the southern boundary washes by waters of the Red Sea.
Jordan – part of the Christians of the Holy Land; Therefore located various places, such as connected with the events described in the books of the Old and New Testament of the Christian Bible. You can find out about Jerusalem tours from Tel Aviv via an online search.
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Among the enumeration of the places, which are interesting for pilgrims, it should be noted the mosaic map of Madaba (discovered in 1896) which is located on the second floor of the Greek Orthodox Basilica of Saint George.
Petra – An Ancient City Touted in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Petra, the ancient Rose Red city near the site discovered 9000-year-old unknown indicate prehistoric human inhabitance. Petra lost to the western world until it was rediscovered in 1812 by a Swiss explorer named Johann Ludwig Burckhardt.
The city is now a World Heritage Site since 1985 and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
There are many fascinating buildings in Petra, cut from stone cliffs like Monastery, The Urn Tomb, & the treasury.
It's certainly a unique experience to visit the ancient city that may have been mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls as the city of Rekem. Anyway, Petra is a fantastic achievement of ancient human civilization in the area.