Landmarks in Jordan

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Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum is the largest valley in Jordan, and it is one of the landscapes that mix sandstone and granite rocks scattered at a height of 1700 meters above sea level.The valley is characterized by its steep slopes and picturesque red sands, in addition to its mountain, which records the highest rise in Jordan by 1, 734 meters above sea level, where the Bedouin live in different concrete houses or tents, it is considered a favorite tourist destination for fans of rock climbing and amateurs of exploration and caves.

Petra city

The city of Petra is one of the heritage monuments that were followed by many different historical civilizations, from Ur to Hellenistic and others, and the city of Petra was built in the first centuries BC, and it consists of different rocks of origin from its habitat, including rocks from the Dead Sea and others from the Red Sea, and possesses The city of Petra has various rock temples dating back to the Nabataeans and multiple tombs, one of which is the Tomb of Oren.

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is the most low point on the surface of the earth, as it is 400 meters below the sea level, and is three million years old, and the Dead Sea has salts and minerals that are widely used in the manufacture of various cosmetics that nourish the skin, so many visitors visit for recreation and request Rest and treatment, it is recommended to visit the Dead Sea at the end of the fall semester to the beginning of the summer.

King Hussein Mosque

King Hussein Mosque is distinguished by its wonderful color that mixes white and pink colors, and by its Ottoman architectural style, which dates back to its construction in 1932 AD, where the King Hussein Mosque was built on an old mosque dating back to the year 640 AD, and it is worth noting that this mosque is of great importance in the hearts of Muslims as it is intended by many To pray, especially on Friday and the blessed month of Ramadan.

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