Beit Al Beiruti


20 JOD
2 Hour(s)
Arabic English
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• The Mosaic Experience

• Henna Experience

• Transportation

• lunch meal

* Receive a full refund for cancellations done 7 days before the experience date
* No refunds within 7 days of the experience date
* Your experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase
* All bookings made less than 24 hours from the starting time are final and non-refundable

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Madaba, Jordan


Beit Al Beiruti is distinguished by its ancient architectural style, as it is a heritage house built back hundreds of years, and through your experience in Beit Al Beiruti, you will enjoy unparalleled tourism experiences, as it is an arts and crafts store in addition to it It is full of interactive activities, including educational and entertainment activities.   Madaba includes many churches and tourist, archaeological and religious sites that are dotted with mosaics, including the Church of the Map, the Madaba Museum of Antiquities, whose entire floor is engraved with mosaics, the burning palace and its floor includes mosaic paintings, in addition to the Madaba Institute for Mosaic Art, which specializes in teaching mosaic arts.   The Mosaic Experience   What makes the mosaic experience in Beit Al Beiruti so important is that the mosaic is the backbone of tourism in Madaba, where mosaic floors and paintings are also widespread, which attract visitors and tourists from everywhere.   The mosaic in Madaba is a national treasure, as it is considered an attractive tourist material, in addition to the ancient historical values. Madaba is one of the most famous cities in the world that includes across its lands ancient symbolic paintings (mosaics).   The experience includes explaining in detail about mosaic art, its history, the civilizations that worked with it, the ancient character of this art, and enabling the visitors to make their own piece of mosaic art.   The mosaic painting is usually drawn regularly by a large number of small colored pieces, so that they are as a whole a picture that represents landscapes, geometric shapes, or human or animal paintings.     Mosaic is a source of livelihood for the residents in Madaba city, in addition to being an important tourist attraction. Therefore, the people of the region are keen to learn this art and promote it as well, through continuous pioneering interactive partnerships.