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Madaba, Jordan
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This isn’t a site for someone who wants to see the fallen rubble of ancient buildings reconstructed into fair representations of their former glory. The bulk of the site is literally still rubble...massive piles of rubble with the tops of ceiling arches rising from the...More

Thank Kat9699
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

It could be a beautiful place but it is almost not worth a visit. The visitors center was closed and only a tourism police was there. No information available, you can enter the site and visit at your own risk. The preservation is miserable and...More

1  Thank Cuca8219
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Forget Madaba. Drive on by. It isn't worth the stop. This however is easily the most underrated attraction in Jordan. This is the largest mosaic in Jordan and is perfectly preserved. It is really an amazing work of art and in all likelihood you will...More

Thank Kris P
Reviewed 24 August 2017

Beautiful bizantine mosaics in the St. Stephen's Church floor are highly recommended. But the site is not so good and seems to be abandoned...I bought a handcrafted kefiah in the shop. The women of the village did

1  Thank eliruz
Reviewed 17 August 2017

it is out of the way but you can see the mosaic art kept in its full glory. appreciable how it was made oven years. it is not explored much.work still is going on in this site

Thank sudeep912
Reviewed 10 May 2017

Skipped Herod's castle at Mukawir to see this place, and I am glad I made the right decision. From the road it does not look much apart from a Bedouin cemetery. But when you walk into the enormous site as far as eyes can see,...More

2  Thank Sebastiensh
Reviewed 3 May 2017

I visited this as the final stop on my day tour of the local area. The driver said most other drivers do not come here as it is too remote from all other attractions, I am lucky to have found one who was prepared to...More

Thank Igorgriffiths
Reviewed 15 April 2017

The mosaic is incredible, the best in Jordan, although the mosaic is not protected and isolated from the environmental conditions like in the Mount Nebo, but you can see the frame of the mosaic where the history of the cities are clear. I wish the...More

Thank FreeAdventurer
Reviewed 24 March 2017

This is still being excavated and much of the mosaics have not been uncovered so it's a bit of a treasure hunt to swipe sand off the mosaics to see what lies underneath. The churches are numerous and mostly in ruins, but what is excavated...More

Thank alibarbaraMilwaukee
Reviewed 27 January 2017

The place belongs to UNESCO heritage and the visit is free of charge . The mosaics are very beautiful and everything is in very good conditions.

Thank AnaGB78
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