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Jordan Middle East Collection

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan

Al Khazneh (The Treasury), Petra, Jordan
This little wonder measures 82 feet (25 meters) wide and 128 feet (39 meters) high. Its an absolute stunner and the first thing you see after walking through the canyon

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Interior of The Treasury, Petra, Jordan

Interior of The Treasury, Petra, Jordan
The site is open from 6am to 6pm during the summer and from 6am to 4 pm in winter

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Antique map of the Middle East with Egypt, Syria, and Israel

Antique map of the Middle East with Egypt, Syria, and Israel. Date unknown

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Petra, Jordan

Petra, Jordan
The colorful rock-cut structures of Petra located in the Jordanian desert. The structures were built as tombs by the ancient Nabateans and are located deep within a colorful canyon

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Petra Archaeological site - The Treasury seen from the Siq exit

Petra Archaeological site - The Treasury seen from the Siq exit

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Map of Palestine

Map of Palestine
Illustration of a map of Palestine

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Map Of Petra, Jordan

Map Of Petra, Jordan
Map Of Petra - Scanned 1886 Engraving

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: View from entrance of City of Petra, Jordan

View from entrance of City of Petra, Jordan
Petra - Nabataeans capital city, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Interior of The Triclinium Tomb, Petra, Jordan

Interior of The Triclinium Tomb, Petra, Jordan
The site is open from 6am to 6pm during the summer and from 6am to 4 pm in winter

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Antique map of Middle East with Arabia, Egypt, Nubia, and Abyssinia

Antique map of Middle East with Arabia, Egypt, Nubia, and Abyssinia

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Abyssinia, Eritrea and South Arabia

Abyssinia, Eritrea and South Arabia
Antique illustration of a Abyssinia, Eritrea and South Arabia

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Camels near the tombs in Petra, Jordan

Camels near the tombs in Petra, Jordan
Petra, Jordan-- it is a symbol of Jordan, as well as Jordans most-visited tourist attraction. Petra has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Jordanian Royal Bedouin Police - Petra, Jordan

Jordanian Royal Bedouin Police - Petra, Jordan
A member of the Jordanian Royal Bedouin Police stands guard over the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: View from Mount Nebo in the Abarim Mountains, Jordan, Western Asia

View from Mount Nebo in the Abarim Mountains, Jordan, Western Asia

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Inside colorful cave at Petra

Inside colorful cave at Petra
Petra is half-built, half-carved into the rock, and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges. It is one of the worlds most famous archaeological sites

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: View of the Royal Tombs in Petra Jordan

View of the Royal Tombs in Petra Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Front View of the Royal Tombs in Petra Jordan

Front View of the Royal Tombs in Petra Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Antique map of Arabia and adjacent Africa and Persia

Antique map of Arabia and adjacent Africa and Persia

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Antique map of the holy land with the Sea of Galilee

Antique map of the holy land with the Sea of Galilee

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Antique map of holy land with Nile River Delta

Antique map of holy land with Nile River Delta

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Jordan, artwork of Kerak castle

Jordan, artwork of Kerak castle

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Glimpse of The Treasury in the ancient city of Petra that is revealed at the bottom of the canyon

Glimpse of The Treasury in the ancient city of Petra that is revealed at the bottom of the canyon. Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Local Oud player and his friend sit at the entrance to The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

Local Oud player and his friend sit at the entrance to The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Petra Sandstone Abstract

Petra Sandstone Abstract
An abstract image taken at Unesco World Heritage Site Petra in Jordan well known for its Sandstone Rock formations, cretaed by wind erosion

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Wadi Rum, Jordan

Wadi Rum, Jordan
Wadi Rum is a spectacularly scenic desert valley in southern Jordan. Wadi Rum also known as The Valley of the Moon is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: A Camel Stands In Front Of The Treasury In The Nabatean City

A Camel Stands In Front Of The Treasury In The Nabatean City
Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Treasury, Petra

The Treasury, Petra
A lone tourist looks up at the rock hewn Treasury building in the City of Petra. He stands at the end of the siq (canyon) and looks up as the sun rises over the Nabatean building

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Hiking in Petra

Hiking in Petra
Three people hike through a remote part of Petra. The rock strata is visible

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Soldiers Tomb, Petra

The Soldiers Tomb, Petra
The (Roman) Soldiers rock hewn Tomb carved out of solid sandstone, in the Nabatean city of Petra. A woman stands in the doorway looking into the dark gives an idea of size

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Treasury from the Siq

The Treasury from the Siq
The facade of the Nabatean Treasury from the Siq (canyon) that leads into Petra. The facade is bathed in bright sunlight, while the rocks and ground are in the shade and shadows

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Treasury, Petra, Jordan

The Treasury, Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: El Deir - The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

El Deir - The Monastery, Petra, Jordan
A view of El Deir - The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Siq, a narrow stone gallery in Petra, Jordan

The Siq, a narrow stone gallery in Petra, Jordan
Petra - Nabataeans capital city, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Tombs in Petra, Jordan

Tombs in Petra, Jordan
Petra, Jordan-- it is a symbol of Jordan, as well as Jordans most-visited tourist attraction. Petra has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Petra by night, Jordan

Petra by night, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Silk Tomb, Petra, Jordan

Silk Tomb, Petra, Jordan
Silk Tomb in the ancient Nabatean rock city of Petra, Ma an Governorate, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Interior of The Monastery, Petra, Jordan

Interior of The Monastery, Petra, Jordan
The site is open from 6am to 6pm during the summer and from 6am to 4 pm in winter

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Panoramic view from Wadi Rum, Jordan

Panoramic view from Wadi Rum, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Pharaohas Island, Taba, Egypt

Pharaohas Island, Taba, Egypt
This island lies a few miles south of the Israel-Egypt border, about 10 miles south of Eliat. It contains the remains of a 12th century crusader castle

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: A Rock-Cut Tribute at Petra, Jordan

A Rock-Cut Tribute at Petra, Jordan
A Rock-Cut monument at the UNESCO World Heritage site in Petra, Jordan. The structure was a religious icon created by the Nabateans

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Colorful Canyons of Petra, Jordan

The Colorful Canyons of Petra, Jordan
Colorful canyons highlight the path to the UNESCO World Heritage site at Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Jordanian Desert Surrounding Petra

Jordanian Desert Surrounding Petra
The Jordanian desert that surrounds the archaeological site of Petra

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Rock-Cut Structures in Petra Jordan

Rock-Cut Structures in Petra Jordan
Rock-cut structures in the UNESCO site at Petra, Jordan. The structures are tombs created by the Nabataeans

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: Jordanian Bedouin Camels

Jordanian Bedouin Camels
Jordanian camels inside the UNESCO site at Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Treasury

The Treasury - the iconic rock-cut facade of a Nabatean tomb in Petra, Jordan

Background imageJordan Middle East Collection: The Little Man

The Little Man
There is a person by the doorway to get a scale of the size. A classic view of El Deir, The Monastery in Petra. Shown in the context of the mountain that the facade was carved out of by



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