Petra, which people call the rose city, is not really very rose color, and wonder how the Nabati were built in the heart of the Sahara Mountains more than 2,000 years ago! It's a miracle!
The altar is in the center of the west side of Petra, not the highest. Most of Petra can be seen here, but the higher north side is not visible.
The Petra Altar... was built on a high wave. It was a place of worship in ancient times. Now it is basically eroded. Not to mention that no one will look at it. Below it, the caves are the royal tombs. Only the glorious history remains. These ruins are down.
A long time ago, I would often dream of some places abroad and the ruins of Petra and the temples, altars, and ancient dwellings of my dreams are surprisingly similar. Standing in front of this magnificent building that appears in the Old Testament, I It feels like I am a time traveler. Being here can awaken the sincerity in your heart and solve your troubles. Although it is a relatively remote place for us, I hope everyone has the opportunity to take a look. It feels worth seeing.
The Petra Altar has to be climbed up, which is very physical and is a place where the Nabataeans hold religious sacrifices. If you don’t have enough energy after coming down, you can take a seat at the rest station to recover your energy, or you can consider riding a camel or a donkey cart to Dyer Abbey in the middle. When you have plenty of time, you can walk or walk, you can freely see and feel the charm of the ancient city...
The classics in the desert, even though they have been almost destroyed, do not change their grandeur