In Jerash, my personal favorite building is the Temple of the Moon Goddess, which is located in the innermost part of the entire scenic spot. As the daughter of Zeus, the goddess of the moon has an important position in ancient Greek mythology, and the temple of the goddess of the moon and the year of the sun will also appear in various ancient Greek and Roman buildings.
[Temple of the Moon Goddess of Artemis] Located in the northeast of the ancient Roman city of Jerash, it is a temple dedicated to the main god Artemis Moon Goddess in the ruins of the ancient city, and it is also the most elite part of the entire ancient city. The tops of the two rows of tall stone pillars have exquisitely carved petals, which are still clearly visible despite thousands of years of wind and rain.
Artemis Temple of the Moon Goddess-is the most beautiful building in the entire ancient city. The temple enshrines Artemis, the main god of Jerash-the moon god. Many films use this place as a page to introduce the ancient city. It can be said that this place is a landmark of the ancient city. Although most of them have collapsed, the remaining pillars still rise straight into the sky with extraordinary momentum.
Enshrined here is the main god of Jerash, the moon god Artemis. Although there are only a few stone pillars left, they are well preserved, especially the ochre red Corinthian capital, with intact petals and exquisite carvings. It's a pity that this temple has collapsed now, and it's impossible to even imagine it.
This is also a place where good movies are produced. Friends who love photography should not miss it. According to the tour guide's demonstration, use a spoon into the bottom of the pillar, and the pillar will not collapse, showing the wisdom of the ancients.