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Traveler Ian Wright starts his journey in Jordan's Wadi Rum Desert, traveling south past the ruins at Petra and then on to Beirut in Lebanon. He ends his journey in Syria at the ancient town of Palmyra.
Age group: Senior 10-12.
A downloadable video file.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Requires OverDrive Media Console 2.0 or later (file size: 243959 KB).
Title from: Title details screen (viewed on July 24, 2006).
Originally produced as an episode of the television series Globe trekker in 1995.
Runtime: 46 min.
Traveler, Ian Wright.
Also available on DVD, c2003.
Special features: essential travel information; specially composed soundtrack.
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