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Bagpiper. Jerash, Jordan. | by James Holme

Bagpiper. Jerash, Jordan. | by James Holme

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the whole world. It is located west of modern day Jerash, and about 45 kilometres North of Jordan’s capital, Amman. The city is packed with ruins of ancient monument still in a remarkable good condition.

Jerash, a little known gem in Jordan

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world. It's located about 45 kilometers North of Jordan’s capital, Amman.

The Nymphaeum: once an enormous fountain, Jerash, Jordan

The Nymphaeum: once an enormous fountain, Jerash, Jordan

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the whole world. It is located west of modern day Jerash, and about 45 kilometres North of Jordan’s capital, Amman. The city is packed with ruins of ancient monument still in a remarkable good condition.

Jerash, a little known gem in Jordan

Jerash is one of the largest and best-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world. It's located about 45 kilometers North of Jordan’s capital, Amman.

Jerash, Jordan. Jerash, located 48 kilometers north of Amman is considered one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside Italy.

Jerash, located 48 kilometers north of Amman is considered one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside Italy.

Roman Ruins in Jerash, Jordan

Ruins of the street columns of the Cardo Maximus iof the ancient Decapolis city of Gerasa (modern day Jerash, Jordan.

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