Ajloun

Enjoy the best panoramic views of the Jordan Valley.
The marvels of nature Jordan and the genius of medieval Arab military,
Ajlun Castle (Qal’at Ar-Rabad) was built by one of Saladin’s generals in 1184 AD to control the iron mines of Ajlun, and to deter the Franks from invading Ajlun.

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Qasr Al Kharana

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Umayyad Palace of Amman

THE UMAYYAD PALACE IS LOCATED inside what is known as theCitadel. Locals refer to it as Jabal al-Qal’a, as the site is located on one of Amman’s many hills (jabals in Arabic). Most of the directions in Amman will reference one of the hills in the city.

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Hand of Hercules

Towering over Amman’s modern skyline is the  temple of Hercules, located at the peak of a hillside in one of the ancient city’s oldest quadrants . Constructed between 162-166 CE during Marcus Aurelius’ Roman occupation of Amman’s Citadel, the great temple is larger than any in Rome itself.

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Mujib Biosphere Reserve

Established in 1987, Mujib Biosphere Reserve covers an area of 212 km2. Bordering the Dead Sea at 402 meters below sea level, the Mujib Biosphere Reserve surrounds Wadi Mujib, a deep and majestic canyon that cuts through the rugged highlands and drains into the Dead Sea.

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River Canyons of Jordan

THOUGH WATER MAY NOT BE what comes to mind at the mention of Jordan, the country is actually full of breathtaking water-filled slot canyons (“widyan” in Arabic) that make for incredible hiking, climbing, rappelling, and even fishing.

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Queen Alia International Airport

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Machaerus

GOING FOR ANTIQUITY IN JORDAN means going Biblical. The Fortress of Machaerus is located on the northeastern shore of the Dead Sea, at the mouth of the Jordan River. There is evidence that this is where John the Baptist was kept captive and eventually beheaded in 32 AD on Salome’s request.

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Iraq Al-Amir

Iraq al-Amir, which means “Caves of the Prince” in Arabic, is home to more than 10 caves that have been inhabited by various groups since the Copper Age, as well as the ruins of an Ozymandian castle.

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Qasr Amra

STANDING IN THE JORDANIAN DESERT some 50 miles east of Amman, Qasr Amra is one of several qusur or “desert castles” built under the Umayyad Caliphate and probably the best known extant example of these buildings characteristic of the Damascus-based dynasty.

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