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Roman Theater / Jerash - Jordan

Roman Theater / Jerash - Jordan with Raami Tours

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the whole world. It is located west of modern day Jerash, and about 45 kilometres North of Jordan’s capital, Amman. The city is packed with ruins of ancient monument still in a remarkable good condition.

Jerash, a little known gem in Jordan

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world. It's located about 45 kilometers North of Jordan’s capital, Amman.

The Ancient Roman city of Palmyra, Syria

The Ancient Roman city of Palmyra, Syria by Eric Lafforgue.you are in our prayers Syria!

Jerash - Jordan

jerash temple of artemis

Leptis Magna, Libya | por UltraPanavision

Interior of the Severan Basilica, adjoining the Forum, and constructed in the early century AD as part of Emperor Septimius Severus's grandiose building plans for his home town.

Since 1978 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation – UNESCO has been designating important sites worldwide, places that are of outstanding universal value to humanity. The World Heritage List currently includes 1007 diverse and unique places in 161 countries around the world with cultural and natural value. - @lonelyplanet

TOP 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Middle East

Temple of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon. This temple was built around 509 BC, and was used to worship the Roman God, Jupiter.

Greco-Roman columns at Gerasa, Jordan.

The Pompeii of the Middle East – Mosaic Floors – Jerash, Jordan

The Roman Empire made great advancements in transportation through the use of roads. These roads allowed for easier trade and effective travel between cities.

Having a network of roads romans influinced our understanded need of the importance of roads as they make for better eficiancy.

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