Umm El-Jimal

Umm El-Jimal Archaeological Site ready for tourists

Highlighting the site’s cultural and historic significance, U.S. Ambassador to Jordan Alice G. Wells visited Umm Al JimalArchaelological Site near Mafraq to celebrate the completion of preservation of Houses XVII and XVIII (two of the largest of 150 homes from the fifth and sixth centuries AD).

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Jordan jumps four ranks on global peace scale

Jordan has climbed four spots in the 2018 Global Peace Index (GPI) ranking as the 98th most peaceful country in the world.The report, published annually by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), indicated that Jordan ranked at the 7th level in the Middle East and North Africa region.

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mosaic in the dead sea

Dead sea ( part ii) -mosaic in the dead sea

Protecting the antiquities of the Southern Ghawr(s) has been a difficult task for the Jordanian Department of Antiquities. The problem is complicated by poor economic conditions of the local people and the development of lands containing underground unknown ancient sites.

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Jordan Petra Colonnaded Street

Who built petra of jordan ?

Its majestic facade hidden behind huge rocks, approachable only by a small opening, this city built thousands of years back in the desert of Jordan still holds all the magic and mystery that its builders left behind - Petra of Jordan.It probably all began with water — a necessary ingredient especially in the desert.

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Baptism Site: More needs to be done

In three consecutive visits to the Baptism Site of Jesus Christ on the east bank of River Jordan, I noticed that its visitors are fewer than those who come to a location on the west bank of the river, whose founders claim that it is the place where Jesus Christ was baptised. I asked officials at the site about the reasons behind this huge difference in the number of visitors between the two locations on both sides of the river.

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Jordan visa fees

If Jordan waives visa fees, will tourists come?

Jordan will waive its 40 dinar ($57) visa fee for incoming tourists to make visits to Jordan “more convenient and affordable for people of all nationalities,” according to a government press release.The action aims to boost tourism to kingdom attractions such as Petra,

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Jordan Tours

Want a great holiday with peace of mind knowing that everything is looked after with hands-on assistance? Jordan Private Tours & Travel has the perfect answer. We have been offering personalized Jordan tours to experience the spectacular Jordan archaeological sightings -Petra, Amman, Jerash, castles, as well as desert wonders -Wadi Rum, and much more.

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