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The Wadi Araba location map

The Wadi Araba

The Gulf of Aqaba is the eastern branch of the Red Sea at the northern end and is part of the East African rift system up to the Dead Sea further north. This view from the north shows the Wadi Araba connecting the Dead Sea with the Gulf. East of the Wadi the ancient Nabataean city of Petra can be found.

View: The Wadi Araba
Location: Lon 35.761°
Lat 31.281°
Altitude: 19 km
Direction: 202.5°
Camera Angle: 42°
User Rating: 2.4
Location Map:    Visible Topography
The Wadi Araba location map
The Wadi Araba

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Visitor comments:

by Hogan from Australia posted on Fri Apr 23 2010 03:45:10
Incredible, you don’t get a feel for the magnitude of it when you are in Wadi Araba, but seeing it like this is amazing
by Mario Dantas from Cape Verde posted on Wed Jul 25 2007 01:24:44
Amazing photos,Good job!\\r\\n\\r\\nCongratulations!
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