Located in Qobb Elias village, is a vertical shaped relief carved into the cliff measuring 10 meters high and 13 meters wide.
There are several hypotheses about this monument.There is an assumption the Nabateans built it since it resembles the ones located in Petra.
The second theory presumes it is a burial site of an important figure, and the third and more common theory is that it was built by the Romans as a temple for the sun God.
The site is reachable on foot and one can see old rock carved burial rooms scattered around the trail.
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