1 de febrero de 2023
33º
Ahora
HOY
Min
21º
Máx
35º
2023-02-02
Min
22º
Máx
38º
2023-02-03
Min
21º
Máx
38º
2023-02-04
Min
20º
Máx
35º
2023-02-05
Min
22º
Máx
38º
2023-02-06
Min
22º
Máx
39º
Cotizaciones del día
DOLAR
Compra
7.280
Venta
7.500
PESO
Compra
10
Venta
40
REAL
Compra
1.270
Venta
1.470
EURO
Compra
7.550
Venta
8.350
YEN
Compra
30
Venta
80
PESO URUGUAYO
Compra
110
Venta
240

Petra

A tourist poses for a photo while riding a camel before the site of the Treasury at the ruins of the ancient Nabatean city of Petra in southern Jordan on December 12, 2022. - After years in which the Covid pandemic turned the storied "Rose City" into a ghost town, Jordan tourism authorities confirm that Petra, famous for its stunning temples hewn out of the rose-pink cliff faces, is back in business and drew 900,000 visitors last year, close to the previous record of one million set in 2019. (Photo by Khalil MAZRAAWI / AFP)
Habitación cuyo techo se desmoronó por la caída de partes de un edificio en construcción, según la denuncia.
Petra
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