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The Cultural Space of the Bedu of in Petra and Wadi Rum. ©Jordanian Commission for Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage 2005
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The Cultural Space of the Bedu of in Petra and Wadi Rum

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The Bedu are settled and nomadic communities living in the southern part of Jordan, particularly near Petra and Wadi Rum, within a region of semi-arid highlands and deserts. These conditions have allowed for the development and existence in complementary relationship of both types of communities.

on this subject: Proclamation of masterpieces 2005- Element inscribed on the representative list 2008

Place/Country: Jordan
Series: 2008 Inscriptions on the Representative List
Type: Documentary
Credits: Jordanian commission for oral and intangible cultural heritage, producer.
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