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Ancient city of Firuzabad in south-western Iran built by Ardashir I (AD224-41), a founder of the Sasanian dynasty, on a fertile plane. Two huge double ramparts of clay form a perfect circle around the city, nearly 2 km in diameter. A modern city is behind it near a slope of Kuhe-Meimend Ridge. Rudhaneye-Hane-Begom River is in foreground. View from a window of a plane from Doha, Qatar to Houston, TX, March 16, 2010.
In a yard of Khan el Umdan (Pillars Inn) in Old City of Akko, with ancient pillars taken from Caesarea. The Middle East, June 7, 2001
Moslems returning after a Friday worship on ancient Roman road Damascus Gate in Old City of Jerusalem. The Middle East, December 13, 2002.
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona. The Western Church with a mosaic floor. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
A park in the center of the city, with V. I. Lenin monument and ancient churches around it. Pskov, Russia, August 8, 2004
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view to the south from an observation tower, with the Western Church on background. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the House of Affluent from an observation tower. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of a road to the Eastern Church and British police station ( Camel police ) made from ancient rocks in 1936 on the top of a hill. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabatean city Mamshit, near Dimona, view behind the gate. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabatean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, one of rooms in the House of the Affluent . The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Unexplored ancient city known only by Bedouins on a hill south from Givot Lahav South Reserve, in Mount Karkor area, 3 miles north from Beer-Sheva. Cities Lehavim and Rahat are seen on the horizon. The Middle East, January 27, 2001
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view o dams. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the Mamshit stream. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Unexplored ancient city known only by Bedouins on a hill south from Givot Lahav South Reserve, in Mount Karkor area, 3 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, January 27, 2001
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, an area that is not yet excavated. The Middle East, December 23, 2000

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