Jordan. Stone column relics at Mount Nebo overlook of the Promised Land from where the Prophet Moses planted his staff after leading the tribe of the Children of Israel through the Negev deserts and mountains for 40 years until he reached Mount Nebo at the present day north Jordan town of Madaba from where he declared having found the Promised Land of the River Jordan.

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Jordan. Stone column relics at Mount Nebo overlook of the Promised Land from where the Prophet Moses planted his staff after leading the tribe of the Children of Israel through the Negev deserts and mountains for 40 years until he reached Mount Nebo at the present day north Jordan town of Madaba from where he declared having found the Promised Land of the River Jordan.
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The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in the Middle East as it was in 1998. Stone column relics at the memorial to the Prophet Moses who led the children of Israel through the Negev desert for 40 years until reaching Mount Nebo in the present day north Jordan town of Madaba where he is said to have planted his staff and declared having reached the promised land of the Jordan river
Location: The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan