Is one of the largest city of the Kingdom with a population of approximately 2.5million inhabitants.
Petra is one of The New 7 Wonders of the World that enchants visitors from all corners of the globe.
It is a closed sea salt, located 36 km from Amman and it's the lowest point on the surface of Earth.
Also called the Valley of the Moon for similarity of the topography of the valley with the moon.
Aqaba one of the major attractions in Jordan and famous for its warm water and rich marine life.
The Baptism site was called in the Biblical time as Bethany beyond the Jordan.
The original castle core had four corner towers. Arrow slits were incorporated in the thick walls.
Jordan's desert castles, beautiful examples of both early Islamic art and architecture.
A comprehensive spa and natural clinic providing treatment for people with skin diseases.
The site is now recognized as one of the best preserved Romanian cities in the world.
Karak is an old city of the Crusaders. In the Bible, Karak is described as Kir or Kir-Moab.
The City of Mosaics, Many of these mosaics have been excavated and are on display in town's museum.
Historically known as Gadara, Um Qais is one of Jordan's most unique Greco Roman Decapolis sites.
Is believed to be the tomb of Moses. It is a lonely, windswept hill. Protecting from 4th century.
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The culture of Jordan follows Arab traditions as the Kingdom is in the heart of the Middle East. The official language is Arabic although English is widely used in commerce, government and taught at public and private schools.
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