Jordan River Side-View Diagram
This stock image shows a side-view diagram of the Jordan River, which is a significant river in the Middle East that runs through Jordan, Israel, and the West Bank.
The map highlights the various features of the river, including its length, width, depth, and the direction of flow. The river begins at the slopes of Mount Hermon in the north and flows southward, eventually emptying into the Dead Sea. The map also includes key locations along the river, such as the site of John the Baptist’s baptism of Jesus and the crossing point used by the Israelites during their exodus from Egypt.
This image is useful for illustrating the geography and topography of the Jordan River and its significance in religious and historical contexts.