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Ancient Temple in Petra, Jordon

Ancient Temple in Petra, Jordon - architecture, shapes, ancient, rock, canyon, mountain, daylight, caverns, deep, day, temple, nature
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Posted by elisacatlover on 06/23/13 at 12:28 AM
When MY Godmother was there that digging in the ground was not there, they must be looking for another part to this carved building. :)
Posted by henriiv on 05/06/13 at 12:38 PM
This Temple is carved out of the rocks in ancient times in a city
called Petra (in Jordan). Now it's only a place for tourists but
there was a time that many caravans came along to trade.
And the thirsty camels/men could finally drink after long days
of walking through the desert !
Posted by Snikerdoodles on 01/07/13 at 12:40 PM
Petra , a beautiful place in Jordan
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Times Favorited: 4
Uploaded By: mpkc57love
Date Uploaded: January 05, 2013
Filename: diverse-2524.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1080
File Size: 745.72KB
Category: Ancient

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