Jerash, is considered one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside Italy.
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The ruins of Petra are hidden among these mountains between steep rock faces and deep gullies.
The walk in, through tall, echoing slot canyons, leads to a jaw-dropping encounter with Al Khazneh or The Treasury, Petra’s iconic facade, its columns and exquisite detailing carved directly from the cliff face.
With rock formations eroded by the wind into moonscape shapes, Wadi Rum is a spectacular desert landscape. During World War I, T.E. Lawrence also known as Lawrence of Arabia used this site as a camp before making his attack on Aqaba which forced the Turks out of the country.
Mount Nebo is supposed to have been the mountain that Moses was ordered to climb by God to look over the Promised Land before dying. On a clear day it is possible to see right across the Jordan valley to the Dead Sea and even as far as Jerusalem.
At Petra and Jerash