Salwa- The Lanterns of the Enchanted Cave Hardcover – 2019

by AramediA
$ 19.95

by Written by: Aya Qasim (Author), Illustrated by: Ali Chamseddine (Author)

Jad, Karam, Karma, Omar, and Samar are five friends who have different personalities from each other but enjoy a strong and warm friendship. They call themselves the "Makhlouta Gang". On a school trip to Barqash Forests and while walking in the forest they discover a hidden path. Jad whose nickname is Wikipedia, tells them about a legend he read about that mentions aliens that visited the earth a long time ago and hid a treasure in one of the caves of Barqash Forests. Many events happen when the gang decides to follow the mysterious path and try to find the hidden treasure. An exciting adventure follows where the kids use their courage and intelligence to solve the mystery of the charmed cave and its weird lanterns. Barqash Forests is located in the north of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, within the Ajloun mountain range. And specifically to the south in the province of Irbid in the province of Koura, and is famous for the forests of Burqsh Tal Barkash, which rises about 875 meters above sea level. Cave The Cave of Barqash is a famous and very important cave in the Barqash forests, estimated at 4 million years old. It is the only known natural cave in Jordan, with an estimated area of 3 to 4,000 square meters. The cave consists of a number of cavities and long narrow rocky paths linked to each other in intricate nets. These can sometimes be 100 meters or more in length, with the usual stalagmites and caves, some of which are about 170 cm in length. The cave is located 20 to 30 meters below the surface of the earth and within a rock mass of 50 to 60 meters in height, from 20 meters to 20 meters, and separated from the adjacent road leading to the forest 150 meters away. The back cave was discovered for the first time in 1995, it was not known before that time. When discovered, the entrance was a narrow, half-meter-long, rocky, three-meter-long rocky corridor, but several years later, in 2003, the authorities blocked part of the wall of the corridor.