Amman’s most famous archaeological artefact and epic landmark, a 2nd century masterpieces which was designed to be northerly-oriented, to keep the sun off its spectators, it could seat up to 6,000 people on its steep stairs.
Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Iraq
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, a term given to it by ancient Hellenicculture. A remarkable feat of work with an ascending series of tiered gardens containing a wide variety of trees, shrubs, and vines.
Temple of Baal, Palmyra Syria
This ancient temple has a portico of six columns. An inscription on one of the pillars states that the temple was built “to the honour of Baal Shamin, Lord of Heaven and God of Fertility and of Storms and Rains.”