These photos are parts of 132 chambers and tombs left by Tsamudis and Nabateans during their magnificent architecture era which is between 200 B.C and 100 A.D. The location is about 200km from north of Medina City. In July 2008, UNESCO has proclaimed the site as World’s Heritage. Below are some of the amazing photos of the monuments. Could you imagine how their looks in the past?
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Wow, I have to go there. Beautiful
Hello, I’ve been there once and I really liked it. Actually I’ve been thinking to go back again, I mean it’s just wonderful.
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thats really cool. i will when i have extra money =)
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Good post,Great picture,thank you for share,I HOPE i will see more and more beautiful things
Too spectacular, and the conditions in the past, however harsh, is not and living
That was really magnificent. I thought that she is really alive, i mean has a life. You really get me hook to that but she is really a great work of art.