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  • Jebel Musa, Mount Nebo, Jordan
    on Feb 28, 2012 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    Jebel Musa, also called Mount Nebo, lies to the northwest of Madaba, Jordan and is the alleged site of the tomb of Moses. The principal ruins are at a place called Syagha and consist of a church and an adjacent monastery. The first historical mention...
  • Mukawer ,Jordan
    on Feb 27, 2012 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    In Mukawir area, there is a palace-fortress where John was held prisoner, by king Herodian, prior to his tragic death. When John told King Herodian that he has sinned by marrying his brother's wife, the king got furious and locked him up in this fo...
  • Karak ,JordanVariously known throughout history as Qir Heres, Qir Moab, and Hareseth, Karak has been a prized possession of a number of civilizations. It lies on the ancient caravan routes that used to connect Egypt to Syria, and its commanding position almost 10...
  • Umm al-Rasas ,Jordan
    on Feb 20, 2012 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    Umm al-Rasas (also spelled Umm ar-Rasas and Um er-Rasas) is an important archaeological site that was declared a World Heritage Site in 2004. Its structures date from the 3rd to 9th centuries and most have not yet been excavated. The site is especial...
  • Madaba City Of Mosaics, JordanMadaba is a medium-sized city in Jordan, located 25km southwest of Amman. Madaba has become known as the "City of the Mosaics" for the many Byzantine mosaics that have been uncovered throughout the city. The most famous of these is the Madaba Map, a...
  • Al Salt Jordan
    on Feb 5, 2012 in Governorates of Jordan
    Until the early 1920s as-Salt was the only town of any real significance in Jordan. Thanks to its good water supply and agricultural land, it had been settled at least since the Iron Age. It has been identified with Roman Gadaron; and in the Byzan...
  • Umm el-Jimal jordan
    on Feb 5, 2012 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    The Umm el-Jimal Project is an archaeological research, cultural heritage preservation, and community development partnership centered on the site and people of Umm el-Jimal, Jordan. Over a century ago the scholar Howard Butler recorded in vivid deta...
  • (Tabaqat Fahl) Pella, Jordan
    on Feb 2, 2012 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    Magnificently set in a fold of the hills that rise from the Jordan Valley 78 km north of Amman, Pella; known in Arabic as Tabaqat Fahl; is one of the most ancient sites in Jordan and a favorite of archaeologists being exceptionally rich in antiquitie...
  • Sacred Jordan River
    on Feb 1, 2012 in Other
    The Jordan River is a river in Southwest Asia which flows into the Dead Sea. Historically and religiously, it is considered to be one of the world’s most sacred rivers. It is 251 kilometers (156 miles) long. In Bible,in the old testment, the Jorda...
  • Al Khazneh Jordan
    on Apr 12, 2011 in Tourist areas in Jordan
    Al Khazneh ("The Treasury"; Arabic: الخزنة‎) is one of the most elaborate buildings in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. As with most of the other buildings in this ancient town, including the Monastery (Arabic: Ad Deir), this structure wa...
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