Column Street extends along the ring of the oval square in the middle of Jerash, extending inward to below the Temple of the Moon Goddess. It should be the main street of this Roman city, and there are corridors to different gates. The column extends away, with a distinctive architectural style.
The Roman column is still tall and straight after nearly two thousand years. In the Mediterranean region around AD, the Middle East is almost the most developed region, so here is a gathering of the most brilliant civilizations outside of Rome. Column Street is a testimony of the past.
The neatly arranged stone pillars correspond to the uneven streets and stone roads. On both sides of the column Street, there are baths, churches, markets, and many dilapidated small houses. It makes people sigh the power of time, the civilization of a thousand years ago, so exquisite The preservation so far is indeed shocking. I used a handful of aluminum spoons into the cracks at the bottom of the stone pillars and found that the spoons were shaking up and down. These stone pillars have been standing for more than 2,000 years and have survived many major earthquakes. It has to make people feel very magical. See the world freely
In the ancient city of Gerash, the 800-meter-long street connecting the Ellipse Square and the North Gate is named for the neatly erected tall columns on both sides of the street. They support the water channel above, according to the evidence, and form the water supply system of the ancient city. Street on both sides are shops and shops. The stone streets are uneven, showing the mark of the years, telling the prosperity and glory of the evening.
Cardo Maximus Column Street is a central street in the entire Jerash ancient Roman ruins, from the oval square in the south to the North Gate, with a total length of more than 800 meters. The original column street has 260 columns standing on each side, and all the important building entrances in the ancient city are located between the columns. Today, on the flat ground, the traces of the chariot wheels are still clearly visible, and the piles of rocks seem to tell of the war.