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Civil and historical ingredients
In Jordan, the tourist finds many historical places and monuments that bear witness to the nobility and originality of the cultural heritage in it. Among these features are the following:
- Romen amphitheater: The Romen amphitheater is distinguished by an exquisite engineering design, which accommodates about six thousand spectators, making it easy for them to hear the conversations circulating on its stage safely from the burning sun.
- Castle Mountain: The height of this mountain reaches 135 meters, and contains many monuments distributed in the form of a triangular corner, and a museum was built full of relics dating back to prehistoric times.
- Ain Ghazal village: You can enjoy watching a collection of statues dating back to the tenth millennium BC in this village.
- Umayyad palace: It was built by the Umayyad caliph Al-Walid II on Mount Castle.
- Hercules Temple: The Romens built this temple over the ruins of an Ammonite temple in the second century AD.
Jordan has many human factors that drive the wheel of tourism in it, and these include the following:
- Good reputation: The Jordanian people have a good reputation, because they are a generous people, soft in character, and show a lot of love and affection for others.
- Financial facilities: In Jordan, tourists find it easy to deal with financial matters, and to bring and remove money, which encourages it to reside and invest.
- Security and stability: The role of the tourist police and the environmental police that Jordan has created can not be neglected, and the race was in it to enhance the security and stability of the state.
- Tourist facilities: In Jordan, tourists are offered distinctive tourist services, such as hotels, travel offices, payment systems, and others.
Jordan is characterized by a diversity of climatic and geomorphological people to be placed on the list of the most important tourist places in the world, in which you find resorts on the mountains of Ajloun and Ishtafina, Dibbin, and Al-Mashati in Aqaba, the Jordan Valley, and the Dead Sea that tourists visit for purposes of treatment, which stimulates the tourism movement in the Kingdom throughout the year .
The environmental diversity in Jordan is considered one of its most prominent components, so there is the ghorian, shafguri and mountainous environment, in addition to the desert environment, the environment of the interior plains, and the sprawling beaches on the Gulf of Aqaba, and these six environments intersect the wild environment incubated for wildlife in the Kingdom, which includes a number of Natural reserves such as Dana, Al-Shomary, and finally, there is an environment of rock discoveries in which a masterpiece of art was carved out of splendor and creativity, which became one of the seven wonders of the world on July 7 in the year 2007 AD, which is the pink city of Petra.