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Places To Visit in Amman - Jordan

Al Husseini Mosque - Amman

Al Husseini Mosque

The King Hussein Mosque, also known as the Al Husseini Mosque, is located in the heart of downtown Amman.  The site was originally home to Philadelphia's old cathedral.  A mosque was built there in the seventh century, and rebuilt in 1924 in the Ottoman style.  It is one of Amman's...

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Amman Citadel - Amman

Amman Citadel

It's easy to forget that Amman is an ancient city, settled for thousands of years.  When it was capital of the Ammonite civilization it was known as Rabbath Ammon.  During the Greek and Roman eras it was called Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love.  It was ruled by a succession...

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Amman Waves Waterpark - Amman

Amman Waves Waterpark

The water park has lots of thrilling rides to keep the children entertained. It is the perfect place to relax and have fun especially for children who are bored of shopping and visiting tourist sites.

The lower level has wave pools, river rides and slides as well as fast food outlets...

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Azraq Wetlands Reserve - Amman

Azraq Wetlands Reserve

The Azraq Wetlands Reserve is part of what little remains of Azraq's wetlands.  The wetlands originally covered more than 12,000 square km, larger than the entire country of Lebanon.  In the 1960s, Jordan began channeling water from here to use in the cities of Amman and Irbid.  By...

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Cave of the Seven Sleepers - Amman

Cave of the Seven Sleepers

In the year 250AD, Christians throughout the Roman empire were being persecuted.  According to legend, seven men were accused of accepting Christianity.  Rather than fighting the charges, they donated all their worldly possessions and retreated to a cave to pray.  The men fell...

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Dead Sea - Amman

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a unique environment.  It is so named because nothing can live in the hyper-saline water, which fluctuates around 31.5% salt.  The Dead Sea is also the lowest point in the world -- its surface 423m below sea level.  Because of decreased inflow from the Jordan River,...

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Eastern Desert Castles - Amman

Eastern Desert Castles

The desert between Amman and Azraq is littered with the remains of old castles.  Most were retreats for kings and nobles, others were defensive fortifications.  They are an important part of Jordan's heritage and definitely worth a visit.  Tour groups regularly go to each...

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Jerash - Amman


Jerash (or Gerasa as it used to be known) is one of the best preserved Roman cities outside of Rome.  The area has been settled since prehistoric times, but it did not become significant until General Pompey conquered the region in 63BC.  Under the Romans the city prospered due to its...

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