Daughter's Palace - There are only a few left now. It is said that it used to be a tall palace where the king's daughter lived. There is a story that says - "When the place was very short of water, the king promised that whoever could solve the problem of water would marry his daughter to whoever, and as a result, a young man really solved the problem of drinking water. In the serpentine tunnel, there is really a sink, very clear.
The "Daughter Palace" is located in the center of the site of the ancient city of Petra. After a well-preserved gate in the ancient city, this is Temenos, built in the 2nd century A.D., a square building in front of the gate, mixed with Greek, Roman and Nabatai styles, is the legendary Palace of Daughters. Although the Daughter's Palace is only left with broken walls, the tall and lofty stone walls still show the brilliance of the past.
There is a beautiful legend in the Kazni Temple, also known as the Daughter's Palace. It is said that there was a shortage of water. The king ordered that if anyone could draw water into the city, he would marry his daughter, and the palace was renamed "Daughter's Palace".
It looks like there are only broken walls and rocks. I can't see the whole picture of it when I walk inside.
The Daughter's Palace was said to have been built by King Nabat when he promised to marry Petra who could solve Petra's drinking water problem. Later, when a young man succeeded, the King built the palace and married her to him. It is also said that this is a temple.
One of Petra's famous attractions, one of the ancient Bedouin royal palaces that ruled it.