Wadi Musa (Arabic: وادي موسى, literally "Valley of Musa (AS)) is a town located in the Ma'an Governorate in southern Jordan. It is the administrative center of the Petra Department and the nearest town to the archaeological site of Petra. It hosts many hotels and restaurants for tourists, and the important B'doul settlement of Umm Seyhoun, created after the community's forced displacement in 1985, is approximately 2 kilometres (1 mi) from the town.
|Hegra, Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, to open for public after 2,000 years||2020||3.6km||post|
|Kibbutz Neot Semadar||2019||53km||site_ao|
|An Extinct Tree Grown From a 2,000-Year-Old Seed||2017||56.1km||site_ao|
|Hejaz Railway Train of Wadi Rum||2017||69.6km||site_ao|
|Wadi Rum Protected Area||2011||76km||site_whs|
|Incense Route – Desert Cities in the Negev||2005||39.1km||site_whs|
|Petra, a desert dream: Travel Weekly||2019||0.1km||post|
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