Secret Tomb in ‘Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade’ Is Real and This Is Where It Is

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“Got lost in his own museum, huh?”

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Much of the action of 1989 adventure film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade occurs in an ornate temple. Indiana Jones is taken prisoner underground as he struggles to reach the Holy Grail before a group of Nazis do. Indiana Jones fans can see this magnificent temple in real life. It’s a part of Petra, Jordan’s “Lost City of Stone.” The ancient city is thick with mystery — no one knows how the towering structures could have possibly been carved. In case you don’t have the time or funds to fly off and explore Western Asia, we’ve found some of the most incredible shots of the monument for you to see right here. Enjoy!

SOURCE: Wikimedia Commons

SOURCE: Wikimedia Commons

SOURCE: Wikimedia Commons

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