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  • Queen Alia International (AMM)

  • The Treasury

    If you can afford a trip down to the south of the country, never ever miss out this gorgeous stone-carved building in ancient city of Petra.

  • The Monastery

    Built in the first century, one wonders how the people must have been skilful to carve out such beauty!

  • Roman Theater

    It's the place to be seen. This Roman theatre dates from 120 AD and could seat up to 6000 people. It is very well preserved!

  • The Great Temple

    Don't miss the largest structure in Petra. You can observe art and architecture dating back to the Nabataean period.

  • Temple of Hercules

    One of the remains on the Hill are the remaining pillars of the temple. You can get priceless views of the city from here!

  • Palace Tomb

    A cemetery that looks like a palace. It's 49 metres high and features four gates, which lead to burial rooms.

  • Valley of the Moon

    UNESCO World Heritage Site! This extraordinarily remarkable natural sight has attracted even film makers! It is fascinating!

  • Amman Citadel

    A place of great historical importance! It has been inhabited since 7000 years ago. Collection of tombs, columns, stairs, arches and walls.

  • Aqaba

    This coastal city was still not fully discovered by the Western tourist agencies. There are the best possibilities to scuba-dive in Red Sea!

  • Mount Nebo

    According to the Bible this is the place where Moses saw the Promised Land which was gifted to the Israelites.

  • Roman Forum

    Amman Forum was one of the largest squares in Imperial Rome. But now only a row of columns reminds us of the glory of those days.

  • King Abdullah I Mosque

    Quite recently reconstructed mosque from 1980s befools you by its pseudo-old historic style. It has a blue mosaic dome.

  • The Tomb of the Roman Soldier

    The tomb is named after the statue of a soldier wearing Roman clothes. It dates back to the 2nd century.

  • Madaba

    Called the Jordan City of Mosaics, Madaba's most famous landmark is Mosaic Map but there are far more things to see in this city!

  • Jordan Archaeological Museum

    This museum is proud to exhibit rarities of great value. The artefacts spread over 6000 years of history. Worth taking a look!

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