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Anthony Carlile

Amman

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Many people who visit Jordan simply use Amman as a base from which to venture out to Petra, Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea. But I highly recommend that you stay and visit this amazing city. Today (2016) you will seldom find a safer city in the region which you can explore and experience a beautiful city in the Middle East.

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Food Markets in Amman


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Sunset in Amman


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Amman at Sunset


Citadel

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Me at the Citadel

The citadel is a series of Roman ruins that overlooks the city, and is one of the main attractions in Amman. It's one of the cheaper attractions you will experience in Jordan (3 JORD in 2016), and it offers great views of the whole city.

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Amman from the Citadel


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The Citadel


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The Citadel


Roman Theatre

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Roman Theatre

The Roman Theatre in Amman is another example of the Roman influence of the city. You can get very close to the theatre and get great pictures without paying to go in (which is what I did).

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Me at The Roman Theatre


The Jordan Museum

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The Jordan Museum

For a real sense of the history of Jordan, The Jordan Museum is a great place to spend a few hours. It houses items such as the first ever human sculptures (above), and aspects of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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The Jordan Museum


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The Jordan Museum

The Jordan Museum has the copper Dead Sea Scrolls - the rest are at other establishments around the world.


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