Jordan is located at the center of the Middle East, being at the point where three continents—Africa, Asia, and Europe—meet. Its bordering countries are Syria in the north, Saudi Arabia to the south, Iraq and Saudi Arabia to the east, and Palestine to the west. Amman is the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and one of the popular tourism destinations in the Middle East. It is considered the political, economic, and cultural center of Jordan. Generally speaking, Amman has abundant archaeological and heritage attractions. It also enjoys Mediterranean climate and diverse geography. Moreover, it has a large portion of tourism facilities and amenities, such as restaurants, hotels, and coffee shops.

Amman: A Land of Heritage and Civilizations

Since the dawn of history, Amman has been ...

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