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Aug 31, 2021

[Answer] Which city was “lost” to the Western world until the early 19th century?

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...One of the most remarkable remnants of the ancient world, the rock-carved ruins of Petra can be found deep in the desert of Jordan. It is believed that Petra was inhabited as early as 9000 BCE but was later abandoned. Its buildings fell into ruin, hidden by the surrounding canyons, until Swiss explorer Jean Louis Burckhardt became the first outsider to visit the region in 1812.




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Petra, Jordan:


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