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Pilgerbad, Jordan. Pilgrims resting on the banks of the River Jordan.
Panorama of Jerusalem and its environs from the Mount of Olives.
Petra: Al Khazneh, the treasury. Originally built in the 1st century as a mausoleum by King Artetas IV.
Petra: View from the North East of the four Royal Tombs: The Urn, The Silk, The Corinthian and The Palace.
Aqaba Fortress on the Red Sea: View of the 16th century fortress with caravans on the approach.
Siloam: View of the biblical fresh water fountain in Silwan, East Jerusalem.
RARE: Mosque of El-Haram. In 1817 de Forbin, curator of the Louvre, arrived in the Levant with an expedition of artists to purchase antiquities.
RARE: Panorama from the valley of Josaphat. de Forbin, curator of the Louvre, arrived in the Levant with an expedition of artists to purchase antiquities.
Galilee: Sea of Galilee also known as Lake Tiberias. Panoramic view showing the sea and surrounding mountains.
Mount Sinai, Panorama from the valley approach.
Rama (Ramallah): Panorama of the city near to Jerusalem
Bethlehem: Panoramic view of the town and the Church of the Nativity.
Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives.
Petra: El- Deir or The Monastery. Built in a reinterpertation of the Corinthian order, the monastery was a temple and dining hall.
Petra: The Ravine. The ancient capital of the Nabatean Kingdom.
Ancient Jerusalem: Panorama based upon an earlier view with detailed key.
Temple of Soloman: Based upon the descriptions given in the Bible, Montanus recreated a detailed plan of the temple destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar II in 587 BC.
Bethlehem from the hills. Sacked by the Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd Century, the city was largely rebuilt in the 4th century.