The magnificent 2,000-year-old “pink” Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan is truly unique. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Petra has been called “a rose-red city half as old as time,” a place where nature has framed its grandeur in sandstone sculptures carved by its Nabataean builders, weathered by the elements and a destination where the world’s cultures crossed. Much of it remained hidden in the mountains and desert sands for thousands of years before its “discovery” by western explorers in the early 19th century. The ancient site inspires with monumental stories, where past and present speak volumes about cultures and customs indelibly timeless – discover them in our curated collection of documentaries and videos delving into the extraordinary ancient engineering and modern-day conservation efforts.
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