Bosra. Syria. The façade of a Byzantine Cathedral with various decorative architectural fragments scattered in its front. The Cathedral dates from 512 and was dedicated to the Syrian Saints Sergius, Leontius and Bacchus. Bosra was briefly a Nabatean capital before becoming the prosperous and powerful capital of the Roman province of Syria. The building are distinguished by the black basalt found throughout the area known as the Horan region of Syria.
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