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It was quiet confusing to understand what exactly is in store for you until you go there. We parked our car at visitor centre & took a 10 minutes walk to the St. George's Church where you have to pay an entry feel of 1...More
This stunning piece of history is not to be missed: the world's oldest map created to show pilgrims the locations of various sites in the Holy Land and extending as far as the Nile. Although damaged and therefore incomplete, it still plays its part in...More
Our tour guide gave us the presentation and historical significance of the stop. The church itself where the mosaic map is tiny and can only accommodate a certain number of people. It was incredible to see in person. Do wear comfortable shoes and if you...More
This is definitely worth seeing if you are anywhere in the area. It is not a long stop, but be sure you spend the time to take in all the details. Originally this mosaic was about 50 feet long and had about 2 million pieces--about...More
This church holds a map of the region dating from the Byzantian era. The entry cost is only 1JD but only visit if in the area. I wouldn't travel far to see this mosaic. The map is impressive for the accuracy and detail. We listened...More
As a geographer I think many maps are interesting. In a a historical perspective it's somewhat interesting to see how they percieved the region more than 1000 years ago. In terms of beauty and estethics this was quite disappointing. My to teenage kids, thought it...More