Amman

This city is one of the oldest in the monde. It was built on seven hills but now extends far beyond. The city center (down town) will immerse you into…

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Jerash

Situated about an hour's drive to the north of Amman, Jerash is one of the main tourist sites in Jordan. The site was already inhabited during the neolithic period and…

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The King’s Highway

This magnificent route crosses Jordan. Across the ages, travellers on it have left their traces. Byzantine Christian mosaics at Madaba, the site of the Nabataean city of Petra, the crusade…

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The Jordanian flag

The black, white and green bands represent the Arab dynasties of the Abbasids, Umayyads and Fatimids. The red triangle represents the Hashemites (dynasty of the current King Abdullah II). The…

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The Dead Sea

There is a belief that the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea has been the site of five biblical cities : Sodom , Gomorrah, Admah, Zeboim and Zoar . This…

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Petra

The city is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Nabateans settled on this site in the sixth century BC. In the second century BC it covered 10 km2. They…

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