Raghadan Flagpole

Local nameRaghadan Flagpole
LocationJabal Al-Luweibdeh, Jordan

The Raghadan Flagpole is a 126.8-metre tall flagpole located in Amman, Jordan. It was built from steel and erected on the grounds of Raghadan Palace at the royal compound of Al-Maquar. The leader of Jordan, King Abdullah II, officially hoisted the country's flag on 10 June 2003. It was the tallest free-standing flagpole in the world at the time, and is clearly visible across the capital as well as from as far away as 20 kilometres.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raghadan_Flagpole

Address Amman, Jordan

Coordinates 31°58'8.152" N 35°56'8.182" E

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