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Besides art in the city, a trip to the lunar-landscaped al-Ula and the southernmost remains of the Nabataean Kingdom (think Petra only more spread out), overawed visitors; its vast, natural beauty putting man-made endeavour into perspective.
This is a lovely and lovingly written work about Petra, capital of the Nabataean kingdom, and arguably the most impressive archeological site in the Near East.
Petra - capital of the Nabataean kingdom from the 4th century BC and captured by the Romans in the 2nd century.