Qasr Al Bint
Qasr al-Bint was built in the 1st century BC, by Obodas III, on an earlier foundation. There are three chambers in the cella, and therefore three gods who were worshiped here. As this is assumed to be the chief temple of Petra, one would expect a dedication to Dushara.
The temple's modern name, "Qasr al-Bint al-Faroun," means "The Castle of the Daughter of Pharaoh." This relates to a local legend involving the pharaoh of the Exodus who, as the tale is told, got tired of pursuing the Israelites and eventually settled with his court here in Petra. While not historically correct in any way, these stories remain as an entertaining part of the folklore of Petra.