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One of the largest and best-preserved late antique cities in the Middle East. Mainly Roman buildings, but also Byzantine churches and Umayyad structures.
City of the Decapolis with remains from Roman and Byzantine times, a late Ottoman village, and a tunnel of the antique water supply system.
The impressive Roman monument from the 2nd century AD can seat up to 6,000 people, and is used again for performances today.
Built in the 2nd cent. AD for musical performances on the Eastern side of the Roman Forum, about 500 seats
Umm er-Rasas photo tour, part 3: the military fort at the Limes Arabicus, built end of the 3rd / beginning of the 4th century, converted into a civil quarter.
Exhibits from the beginning of the Roman period in Jordan 63 BC until the early 4th century. Part of the visual informative tour through The Jordan Museum in Amman.
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