Weather of Arabia - The Jock Win program team went to the Yadoudeh area in the capital, Amman, towards the Jaber Museum and Caves, or what is known as the Orontes Cave, which is about 20 km away from the Seventh Circle in Amman.
Assi Abu Jaber discovered the cave in 1986, and it took nearly four consecutive years to excavate and restore it. It extends over an area of 2000 km2 with a height ranging between 7-14 m.
The cave contains 38 rosna "ventilations and skylights", corridors and different sections containing antiques and various antiquities dating back to the Roman, Byzantine and Pharaonic eras, in addition to Islamic monuments dating back to different eras. The cave includes 18 sections represented in ancient pillars, pottery jars and several statues.
It is worth mentioning that the Orontes Cave is one of the largest caves in Oman, and it combines ancient and modern heritage.
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