The Nabatean rock city Petra is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and enchants visitors around the globe.
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The salty Dead Sea, lowest point on earth,  is popular for luxury hotels, spa treatments and as conference venue.
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In the hilly north you find one of the best preserved and most important Roman cities in the Middle East: Jerash.
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Jordan's capital Amman is an old city with historical sites like the ancient Citadel hill and modern Arabic life.
     
The town Madaba is well known for mosaic art from the Byzantine period, highlight is the map of the Holy Land in St. George's Church.
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From Mount Nebo Prophet Moses viewed the Holy Land, and here an early Christian church with mosaics commemorates him.
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Located on the King's Way the magnificent Crusader fortress Kerak impresses with medieval architecture and secret passage ways.
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Umm Quais, the ancient Gadara, offers Greco-Roman remains and panorama views over the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights.d
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Wadi Rum is a breathtaking desert with sandstone mountains and canyons, and known for the activities of Lawrence of Arabia.
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The Red Sea resort Aqaba is a well known leisure place with beach hotels and exciting water sports like scuba diving.  
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Bethany beyond Jordan has been identified as the place, where Jesus Christ had been baptized in the Jordan River.
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The UNESCO World Heritage Site Umm Ar Rasas is worth a visit due to the Byzantine mosaic floor of the Church of St Stephen
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Machaerus, known also as Mukawer, is the place where John the Baptist
was beheaded by King Herod
Antipas.
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Close to the Dead Sea, in a picturesque valley, visitors find a hot waterfall and the mineral springs of Hammamat Ma'in.
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Wadi Al Mujib is the lowest nature reserve in the world, with rich fauna and flora, and a paradise for adventure tourism.
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The breathtaking Dana Nature Reserve with its mountains and valleys is a paradise for nature lovers and
hikers.
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The awe-inspiring Wadi Araba desert is  a hotspot for outdoor activities like hiking and jeep safaris in a remote
landscape.
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Little Petra, known also as Beida,  is featured by  carved monuments, houses and cisterns, and embedded in an amazing landscape.
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At the wildlife reserve Shaumari in eastern Jordan view the Arabian Oryx, which had been nearly extinct in the Middle East.
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Azraq in the eastern Jordanian desert surprises with a wetland reserve, water pools and  various bird
species.
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In Jordan's East, Amra, Azraq and Kharanah are the most popular of the Desert Castles, dating back to the Umayyad dynasty. shion.
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Strategically located on a hill the Crusader castle Shobak, built by Baldwin I Jerusalem, controlled pilgrimage and caravan routes.
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Idyllic located in the Jordan Valley, visitors can stroll through the ancient ruins of Pella, one of the Decapolis cities
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Not far way from Amman, the town Salt attracts visitors with Ottoman architecture and picturesque
alleys.
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In the area of Ajloun visitors find an imposant Islamic Castle,  and an astonishing nature reserve with several hiking trails.
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Umm Al Jimal was once a prosperous, rural community and is characterized by extensive ruins of mainly Byzantine origin.
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A large Hellenistic remain in Jordan is the castle Qasr Al Abd with carved lions, close to the village of Iraq
Al Amir
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The second largest city of Jordan, Irbid, is home to several universities and the excellent Museum of Jordanian Heritage.on
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