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1. Carthage

Perhaps no city in the world, present day or ancient, bears as many legends as Carthage in Tunisia. It is the crossroads of the central Mediterranean, only a short sail away from Sicily and Italy.

2. Palmyra

Known Biblically as Tadmor, Palmyra sits in present day Syria, which was once the outskirts of the ancient Roman empire and the scene of one of history`s least known but most exciting love stories of all time.

3. Petra

This ancient city founded by Bedouin Nabataeans and first recorded historically 5,000 B.C. is one of the outstanding achievements in the world mystifying scholars, scientists and architects even today. Petra will play a key role in the future of according to Bible prophecy.