Qasr Hallabat  

It is known that Hallabat was a Nabatean stopover on trade routes and later on one of a number of Roman forts built in the 2Century to guard the road linking Azraq to the Via Nova Traiana, a Latin inscription refers to extension work done 212-215 and according to a Greek inscription, restoration work was carried out in 529 under Justinian. The Umayyads used it and built a mosque next to it as an extension.


 

 
 
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