Suzhou

Suzhou is a city with a unique charm crossed by a network of canals, cobbled streets with stone bridges, magnificent gardens, whitewashed houses and red lanterns. Its history dates back […]

Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China, stretching through deserts, hills, mountains and plains, actually consists of different fragments of fortifications built along the northern border of China by successive dynasties of […]

Petra – stairs to the Monastery

Countless stairs, bends, chasms, the journey would seem long, but it is not so far. In addition, along the way we pass numerous, colorful stalls and fresh orange juice, which […]

Petra’s tombs

Petra’s most famous buildings are monumental tombs built on the slopes of the surrounding hills. Their facades, carved out of the rock, are the most characteristic feature of Nabataean art […]

Petra’s temples

Petra lies in a wide valley surrounded by high mountains. In addition, it is naturally protected by numerous canyons formed by the Wadi Musa river that flows through the city. […]

Petra and the Nabataean Kingdom

Petra is located in the southern part of present-day Jordan, in a semi-arid upland area, which is part of the Jabal al-Shara massif. The former, ancient name of the Nabataean […]

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is the lowest place on Earth. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley (part of the Great Rift Valley), on the border between Israel, Palestine and Jordan. […]

Baptism Site

The Jordan River flows southward through the bottom of the Jordan Rift Valley into the Sea of Galilee (Lake Tiberias) and continues south where at 396 m below sea level […]

King’s Highway

The King’s Highway was one of the most important ancient trade routes in the Middle East. It ran from Heliopolis in Egypt through the Sinai Peninsula to Aqaba, where it […]