Amman, Jordan

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Amman, the capital of Jordan, is the seat of His Majesty The King, one of the current monarchs partly educated at Oxford University.

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Good views at the citadel. Certainly is worth the 3 Jordanian diners.

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The Roman theatre.

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If you are visiting Amman, I would advise against going out of this area. It’s safe, but it’s quite dirty (not as dirty as Egypt was) and there’s lots of dust everywhere.

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I was quite surprised by the fact that there were plenty of Roman buildings.

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A part of the citadel.

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The museum.

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City walls.

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Looking like Greece.

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The big flag is where the palace is at.

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