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It is considered a main station on the pilgrims’ caravan route, rising about 760 meters above sea level. It was known in the past as Mayfa’a. Among the most important monuments that it included:
  • A church complex containing several churches decorated with mosaic floors. 
  • The hermit's tower.
  • the Roman camp (fortress).
  • many Islamic, Umayyad and Ottoman monuments.
In 2004 it was inscribed on the World Heritage List due to its important features that reflect the religious, economic, political and military dimensions.

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