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Biblical Jordan Part 2

Hosted by Peter Greenberg.

In biblical Jordan you will find Bethany, the site of the oldest Christian church in the world, Herod's fortress still standing and the Jordan River, where John the Baptist baptized Jesus, the site of Christian pilgrimages.

filmmaker: petergreenberg

country: Jordan

channel: arts & culture

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