Petra, Lost City of Stone

Petra, Lost City of Stone Click on "View Panorama" at the bottom of the screen for a trip all around this incredible ancient city. This beautiful site explores the people of Petra, their daily life, and religious beliefs. Educators can find activities tied into science and social studies'
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Petra, Lost City of Stone


Click on "View Panorama" at the bottom of the screen for a trip all around this incredible ancient city. This beautiful site explores the people of Petra, their daily life, and religious beliefs. Educators can find activities tied into science and social studies' state standards.

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