- Jordan is one of the Arab Islamic countries, located in the west of the continent of Asia, specifically on the northern side of the Arabian Peninsula
- It was so named because the Jordan River passed on its western borders.
Amman is the capital of Jordan and its commercial, administrative, economic, and educational center. It is the largest governorate in the country in terms of population, and the third largest governorate in terms of area, as the governorates of Ma’an and Mafraq precede it.
The current population of Jordan in 2022 is 11,285,869
History of Jordan
Jordan occupies an area rich in archaeological remains and religious traditions. The Jordanian desert was home to hunters from the Early Paleolithic Period; their flint tools have been found widely distributed throughout the region. In the southeastern part of the country, at Mount Al-Ṭubayq, rock carvings date from several prehistoric periods, the earliest of which have been attributed to the Paleolithic-Mesolithic era. The site at Tulaylāt al-Ghassūl in the Jordan Valley of a well-built village with painted plaster walls may represent transitional developments from the Neolithic to the Chalcolithic period.
The Early Bronze Age (c. 3000–2100 BCE) is marked by deposits at the base of Dhībān. Although many sites have been found in the northern portion of the country, few have been excavated, and little evidence of settlement in this period is found south of Al-Shabak. The region’s early Bronze Age culture was terminated by a nomadic invasion that destroyed the principal towns and villages, marking the end of a peaceful period of development. Security was not reestablished until the Egyptians arrived after 1580 BCE. It was once believed that the area was unoccupied from 1900 to 1300 BCE, but a systematic archaeological survey has shown that the country had a settled population throughout the period. This was confirmed by the discovery of a small temple at Amman with Egyptian, Mycenaean, and Cypriot-imported objects. (2)
The currency of Jordan
The Jordanian dinar is the official currency, and it is divided into a thousand fils or one hundred piasters there are several denominations of it, including 5, 10, 20, and 50 dinars
- Jordan has a hot, dry climate characterized by long, hot, dry summers and short, cool winters.
- The climate is influenced by Jordan’s location between the subtropical aridity of the Arabian desert areas and the subtropical humidity of the eastern Mediterranean area.
Tourists places in Jordan Arab country
- Petra tourist attraction is the most famous destination for tourists from all over the world.
- It became one of the Seven New Wonders of the World when it was chosen in 2007 by a vote of 100 million people.
- Aqaba is located on the Red Sea coast in the far south of Jordan and is the only sea outlet for Jordan.
- The beauty of its sea makes it one of the tourist areas that tourists come to from all over the world.
- The Roman Theatre is the most impressive monument of old Philadelphia
- It was built during the era of the Antonine emperors, at the end of the 2nd century AD
- The Roman Theatre tiered, semicircular seating space, carved into the Jabal Al-Jofeh hill in three horizontal sections with a total of 44 rows can seat around 6,000 people.
The Dead Sea
- The Dead Sea is considered the most minor salty spot in Jordan, located between Jordan and Palestine, and it is one of the miracles in which fish cannot live. Due to its intense salinity,
- Tourists flock to it as a therapeutic resort. Its clay salts are very beneficial for the human body and many skins, nervous, and other diseases.
Located in southern Amman, it is a very hot waterfall that can
be classified as the boiling point, which is helpful for many treatments and relaxation.