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Half Day Tour of Jerash and Ajloun
"Your guide and driver will meet you at the hotel or at a prearranged meeting point in Amman. You will then be driven for 40 minutes to visit the ancient city of Jerash. There you will spend approximately 2-3 hours visiting the sights. After spending some you will be taken to visit the Islamic castle of Ajloun that is approximately 1 hour away. Once at the castle you will spend 1-2 hours looking around before being driven back to Amman.""""Enjoy a half day excursion to visit Jerash ancient city ruins and Ajloun castle which is located on the north of Jordan."title=Highlights&1=6-hour+Jerash+and+Aljoun+tour+from+Amman%2C+with+air-conditioned+transport&2=View+the+highlights+of+Greco-Roman+Jerash+on+a+guided+tour&3=Check+out+the+well-preserved+Oval+Plaza%2C+Hippodrome%2C+paved+streets+and+other+treasures&4=Uncov""
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The North Tour of Jordan Jerash Ajlun Castle and Um Qais
"The North Tour of Jordan is a step back into time. Your private air conditioned car and driver will meet you at the hotel lobby or other mutual agreed location at 9am to start your day to the rich terrain of Jordan. It is a full day tour so be sure to ha located about an hour north from the city center of Amman and is considered one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside of Italy. Jerash conquered by General Pompey in 63 BC became under Roman rule and was one of the 10 greatest Roman cities The Decapolis League. Once in Jerash your driver will assist to prepare your entrance tickets and also the option to hire a local guide who are professional and certified
From $59.00
 
Private Tour: Desert Castles from the Dead Sea
"Start with a hotel pickup from Dead Sea by air-conditioned car/ minibus and then travel to the parched plains of eastern Jordan with your private driver. While not an official Ministry of Jordan guide your driver is knowledgeable about the area and its history and is able to point out sites of interest as you travel. Local guides are also readily available at each of the castles should you want to hire one at your own expense.The region is strewn with the famous desert castles many within a 15-minute drive of each other that hark back to the days of the Umayyads. Hear fun historical facts about the dynasty
From $138.00

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Suweida's countryside

Suweida lies in the very fertile region of Hauran, dominated by the gentle sloping 1800-metre Jebel al-Arab peak. The area's volcanic soil and good winter rains have turned it into an agricultural...
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Suweida Archaeological Museum

All guidebooks indicate that this small, little-visited museum is the main reason to stop in Suweida. It is said to have an exceptional collection of mosaics and other artefacts and fragments from...
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Roman City Gate

One of the few remaining vestiges of Dionysias (i.e., Roman Suweida), this arched structure was the northern city gate. It was built in the same black volcanic stone that gave the town its original...
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Ottoman-Period Construction

This beautiful Ottoman-period palace was built using stones gathered from the ancient ruins of Suweida, as were other Ottoman-period structures of the town. It is for this reason that ancient...
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Modern Suweida

As the capital of a large Province (with the same name) in southern Syria, Suweida has grown rapidly in recent years. The modern expansion erased most of the traces of the ancient city and...
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Old Suweida

The old quarter of Suweida is located in the centre of town. Many badly preserved structures are scattered around, many of which were built as residences during Ottoman times and earlier, using black...
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Suweida Museum

Very nice and unvisited museum built with the help of the French.Nice pieces here especially a stone door and some mosaics.Suweida museum however has quite a large collection of interesting mosaics...
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Shahba City

He took a personal interest in the city, planned it after the Roman style, built numerous palaces and temples in it, erected triumphal arches and public baths, a theatre and a great wall surrounding...
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Shahba City

In the Jabal al-Arab region 90 kilometres south-east of Damascus. Shahba stands in an oasis of orchards and vineyards. Renowned as the birthplace of the Syrian Emperor Philip who ruled the Roman...
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THE MUSEUM.

Was established at the beginning in the year 1923, with space (13 X 23) Meters, and includes some small statues. It was used as a cinema through the French occupation, and then changed into a museum...
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Temple of the Sun God

Another temple of the same period dedicated to Zeus was built with decorated basalt. On the right side of the valley there are the remains of an Odeon.
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Temple of the Sun God

Down the columns is the lower rooms for the priests and the religion equipments, it still in a good condition till now but it used as private property of keeping the hay for the animals.
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Temple of the Sun God

Six columns left which were part of a 2nd century temple dedicated to the sun god Helios. You can notice its long basalt reflect the architectural type of that age.
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MOSAIC

You can see the immense mosaic panels representing ancient Greek myths; the god of wine and fertility Dionysus, the goddess of love and beauty Aphrodite, and the legendary poet and musician Orpheus. ...
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