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Biblical Jordan part 1

Hosted by Peter Greenberg.
Many come to Jordan to experience the living Bible. New archeological evidence points to the existence of sites like Mount Nebo where Moses walked, Sodom and Gomorrah and many others in Jordan.

filmmaker: petergreenberg

country: Jordan

channel: arts & culture

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