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On the right, the western aisle with the large bathing woman. In front, the throne alcove.
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Qusayr Amra The most fascinating of the Umayyad castles, with extensive fresco paintings in the audience hall and bath complex. UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
Late Antique town built over Nabataean and Roman structures with impressive basalt buildings.
On the footsteps of the Nabataeans in Jordan, from the Red Sea via their legendary capital Petra to the north.
Remains of Nabataean water supply, Roman fort and bathhouse, Byzantine churches, Abbasid manor house.
Web guide for cultural travellers - a wealth of information and photos.
Contemporary art, archaeology, art history, architecture, cultural heritage.