One of the world’s most spectacular tourist attractions, Petra is 225 km south of Amman, a city full of Nabataeans who inhabited the area in the rocks in 400 BC.
Petra is known as the Pink City. It contains several archaeological sites that still exist, most notably the market, the temple, the large theater and the safe, which has a height of 39 meters and a width of 25 meters, which is the most impressive and impressive tourist attraction.
It’s one of the most important landmarks of the ancient city of Petra and its finest. It is a narrow section of the rock. It is about one thousand and two hundred meters long. Its height ranges from three meters to twelve meters. Most of these are natural features with amazing pink colors.
At the end of the Sagittarius, Al-Khazna is the most important landmark of the ancient city of Petra, with its magnificent beauty and magnificent design. It is the most famous monument in the city, with a height of 39 meters and a width of 25 meters.
Outer Siq or Street of Facades
Past the next bend is the outer Siq or Street of Facades, a large canyon lined with the facades of various tombs.
The Roman Theater is located in the middle of the Petra Mountains and is an ancient amphitheater. It dates back to the Nabatean civilization in the first century of the year.
This building is located opposite the corridor and has three niches. It is used as a small cemetery. It was built in 70 AD and in 446 CE it was used as a Byzantine church.
It is an important building in Petra; its size is larger than the size of the safe, with a height of 48.3 m, and its width is 47 m, and contains statues moving crowns.
Nabataean Amphitheater in Petra
It is a very large hallway, half-circle, with rows of rock-carved seats and 4000 spectators. Above the amphitheater, there are pieces of rock dating back to some ancient tombs.
The height of this palace is 23 m, and surrounded by a runway with seats, which was placed under the reign of Nabataean King Harth IV with two different motifs, one of which is still visible between the seats to this day.