Historic monuments

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Archaeology

Through successive eras, man was able to know the news of his predecessors through the effects that each civilization left behind, and from here he developed a special science to study these archaeological remains and try to know the characteristics of the time periods that people lived in the past, so we see continuous exploration throughout the world about the effects To compile the information you provide and write it in special books to remain a legacy for people throughout all years and ages.

Historic monuments

Petra in Jordan

Petra or the pink city is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It was built by the Nabataeans and carved in stone more than two thousand years ago and made it the capital of their state. It was called the pink city due to the color of the pink rock that was dug in it, and the meaning of Petra in the Greek language is “rock.”

Petra is located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, about 262 km south of Amman, the capital, and in addition to the splendor of its landscape and its historical position, the path that leads to it comes to tourists from all over the world to enjoy walking in it, where its length is about 1000 meters, and its edges rise from the ground about 300 meters, and when the tourist walks through, he arrives in the pink city of Petra.

Qaitbay Castle in Egypt

The noble Sultan Abu Al-Nasr Qaitbay began building this castle in 882 AD and the construction lasted two years and ended in 884 AD, and he chose Alexandria to be a place to build it due to the many direct threats to Egypt by the Ottoman Empire, and it was threatening the entire Arab region, and built it the place of the lighthouse that was at the eastern end of the island Pharos.

The castle was designed in the form of a square surrounded by seas on three sides, and inside it contained the inner wall and the outer wall; the outer wall includes defensive towers in all its sides and these towers are raised to the level of the wall on three sides except the fourth side, defensive holes were placed in it, while The inner wall contains barracks and armories.

Leaning tower of Pisa, Italy

The Pisa Tower was built in Tuscany, Italy, in a Roman architectural style, and white marble was used in its construction. The tower was built in a cylindrical shape and has eight floors, and its inclination has increased its international fame. You can see how it stood obliquely without collapsing, and this caused the soil to drop under a part of the base of the tower, and the amount of inclination is now about 18 feet.

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