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Where is the World Heritage city, once a capital in Nabataea and now a major archaeological site for Roman..............

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Where is the World Heritage city, once a capital in Nabataea and now a major archaeological site for Roman, Byzantine and Muslim ruins with further ancient Nabataean and Roman monuments, Christian churches, mosques and Madrasas?

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DSyria

Correct Option: 4  

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Syria
The city is Bosra, a World Heritage Site since 1980. Its second century Roman theatre was constructed probably under Trajan and fortified between 481 and 1251 CE. Al-Omari Mosque is one of the oldest surviving mosques in Islamic history, and the Madrasah Mabrak al-Naqua is one of the oldest and most celebrated of Islam. The Cathedral of Bosra is also a building of considerable importance in the annals of early Christian architecture. Bosra has survived about 2500 years inhabited and almost intact. The Nabataeans, Romans, Byzantines and Umayyad, all left traces in the city, which is an open museum associated with significant episodes in the history of ideas and beliefs.
posted Jun 6, 2018 by Manish Tiwari

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