Mount Nebo Panoramas
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Panoramic views of Mount Nebo (ﺠـبـﻞِ نـﻴـبـو) in Jordan, where according to tradition Moses (Musa) was granted the view of the Promised Land by god.
Panoramic view on the North side towards the Ascent from the Plains of Moab to Esbus. In the foreground, two Roman milestones from the same road (displaced).
View from Ras Siyagha on the Plains of Moab. And Moses went up from the plains of Moab to Mount Nebo, to the top of Pisgah, which is opposite Jericho.
View from the retaining wall of the Byzantine Monastery of Mount Nebo on the west side. To the right is the Ayoun Musa valley.
View of the hill of Khirbet el-Mukhayyet, identified with the City of Nebo of Moabite Period (defensive walls and tombs of the Iron Age II), Roman Period (Herodian tombs), and Byzantine Period (the churches).