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Lost City of Stone

Two thousand years ago, Petra stood at a crossroads of the ancient Near East. On this site, explore present day Petra and its past. Click on "View Panorama" at the bottom of the screen for a trip all around this
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Two thousand years ago, Petra stood at a crossroads of the ancient Near East. On this site, explore present-day Petra and its past. Click on "View Panorama" at the bottom of the screen for a trip all around this incredible ancient city: the people, their daily lives, religious beliefs and more.

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