Mount Nebu is not only a significant site in terms of religion, but offers an interesting visit. Step back in time and discover the remains of a church and monastery at the highest part of the mountain called Syagha, which date back to the 4th century.
The church has a typical basilica design and features a beautiful mosaic-covered floor. The rock underneath, it has been discovered, is hollowed into six tombs. Mount Nebo also features a Cross Serpentine sculpture, symbolising a serpent and Christ’s crucifixion, as well as offering views of Jordan’s surrounding landscape.