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The Romen Theater is the most famous tourist attraction in Amman. It is a historical monument built by the Romens while they were in the area. It is indicated that this amphitheater can accommodate about 6 thousand spectators.
Jabal Al-Qalaa is considered the highest summit in Amman, and it includes at its top an ancient historical archaeological site that includes many archaeological buildings belonging to several countries, and ancient empires found in the region, including: the Romen Empire, the Umayyad Empire, the Byzantine Empire, and others. Perhaps the most important site of the site is: the Umayyad Palace, and the Temple of Hercules.
The downtown area is located in the central part of the capital, Amman, surrounded by the seven mountains of the city in every direction, and contains the Husseini Grand Mosque, a large number of shops, and markets for the sale of various products, traditional goods, fabrics, and carpets, and these markets permeate the wide streets , And narrow lanes.
Jabal Al Weibdeh (Jabal Al Weibdeh) is considered an important historical area in Amman; it includes a large number of old buildings that were built by the wealthy of society after Amman became the capital of Transjordan in 1946 AD, and the region also represents a meeting place for writers, intellectuals, and artists. It houses many cafes, restaurants and a leading arts establishment.
Amman Park and Water Waves
Amman Waves Waterpark is located about twenty minutes away from the city center of Amman, and it is considered one of the most beautiful entertainment places in the city. It was built according to international standards, including many games and water recreational activities that give a refreshing atmosphere. Warm.
Royal Automobile Museum
The Royal Automobile Museum is one of the most important museums in the city of Amman, and it contains many cars and classical luxury bikes that belong to the royal family, and visitors and tourists can tour this wonderful museum and see its beautiful possessions. .