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Jordan, Petra, ancient city ruins of Edom illuminated at night : Stock Photo
City flourished as trade center and capital of Nabataea from 4th Century BC until it's capture by the Roman is 106 AD.

Jordan, Petra, ancient city ruins of Edom illuminated at night

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City flourished as trade center and capital of Nabataea from 4th Century BC until it's capture by the Roman is 106 AD.
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200448469-002
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Richard Ross
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The Image Bank
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