A place of great historical importance! It has been inhabited since 7000 years ago. Collection of tombs, columns, stairs, arches and walls.
It's the place to be seen. This Roman theatre dates from 120 AD and could seat up to 6000 people. It is very well preserved!
If you can afford a trip down to the south of the country, never ever miss out this gorgeous stone-carved building in ancient city of Petra.
UNESCO World Heritage Site! This extraordinarily remarkable natural sight has attracted even film makers! It is fascinating!
Built in the first century, one wonders how the people must have been skilful to carve out such beauty!
One of the remains on the Hill are the remaining pillars of the temple. You can get priceless views of the city from here!
Don't miss out on this crusader castle which often decided the destinies of kings and nations. The stronghold dominates the small town.
Just a few kilometres from Petra, there is another hidden treasure. Less visited but definitely worth it!
The Greco-Roman remains might bewilder you. There are plenty of them. Hippodromes, theatres, baths, Forum etc. Truly amazing!
Do you remember the races in the red-coloured gorges in Star Wars? Well, it was exactly here that they was filmed.
This coastal city was still not fully discovered by the Western tourist agencies. There are the best possibilities to scuba-dive in Red Sea!
Called the Jordan City of Mosaics, Madaba's most famous landmark is Mosaic Map but there are far more things to see in this city!
This is a very popular street perched with important administrative buildings as well as shops, theatres and companies.
The most attractive tomb in the area. The rich colour of sandstone is said to be changing during the day!
This path leads to the center of the ancient city and is surrounded by carved tombs. Tall tombs belong to the rich and short to the poor.
Quite recently reconstructed mosque from 1980s befools you by its pseudo-old historic style. It has a blue mosaic dome.
According to the Christian legend, seven persecuted boys escaped and stayed in the cave for 309 years. Several locations claim to be that cave.
This museum is proud to exhibit rarities of great value. The artefacts spread over 6000 years of history. Worth taking a look!