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fot: Arkadiusz Ziolek/ East News. Warszawa Goclaw 30.04.2017. n/z Pusty pokoj.
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fot: Arkadiusz Ziolek/ East News. Warszawa Goclaw 15.04.2017. n/z Robotnik mocujacy plytki do sciany.
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fot: Arkadiusz Ziolek/ East News. Warszawa Goclaw 15.03.2017. n/z Pusty pokoj nowego mieszkania.
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fot: Arkadiusz Ziolek/ East News Warszawa, ulica Pradzynskiego 04.09.2016. n/z Mieszkanie przygotowane do wynajecia.
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fot: Arkadiusz Ziolek/ East News Warszawa, ulica Pradzynskiego 04.09.2016. n/z Mieszkanie przygotowane do wynajecia.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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Fot: Wojtek Laski/East News Bel-Air, LA, Kalifornia 10/2014 The Hotel Bel-Air - boutique hotel jeden z 10 luksusowych hoteli wchodzacych w sklad the Dorchester Collection nalezacych do the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA).[Hotel posiada 103 pokoje z czego 45 z nich to apartamenty. The Bel-Air hotel jest otoczony ponad 5 hektarami ogrodow. Cena za 1 noc waha siк od 660 USD za pokoj do 7000 USD za apartament.
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26.04.2014 Lodz Grand Hotel Najstarszy funkcjonujacy nieprzerwanie hotel w Lodzi ma 124 lata i miesci sie przy ul Piotrkowskiej n/z jeden z apartamentow hotelowych fot. Michal Wojciechowski/REPORTER
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JUST ONE OF THOSE DAYS - 2007. Author: MITCHELL ALEX 1969-. Location: PRIVATE COLLECTION, MADRID, SPAIN.
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02.2006 Falenica N/z Schronisko dla Nieletnich i Zaklad Poprawczy , jeden z pokoi fot Marek Szymanski/REPORTER
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Painting removed from a wall of a room, possibly a triclinium or dining room, in a house in Pompeii in 1749. Centauress carrying a young man, playing the lyre with one hand and clashing cymbals with the other. Copperplate engraved by Tommaso Piroli from his own "Antichita di Ercolano" (Antiquities of Herculaneum), Rome, 1789. Italian artist and engraver Piroli (1752-1824) published six volumes between 1789 and 1807 documenting the murals and bronzes found in Heraculaneum and Pompeii.
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Vincent Van Gogh / 'L'Arlesienne (Portrait of Madame Ginoux)', 1888, Oil on canvas, 92.5 ? 73.5 cm. Artwork also known as: La Arlesiana (Retrato de Madame Ginoux). Museum: METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART.
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Leonardo Da Vinci / 'La belle Ferromiere', 1490-1495, Oil on panel, 63 x 45 cm. Artwork also known as: La bella Ferromiere. Museum: MUSEE DU LOUVRE.
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Claude Monet / 'The Woman with a Parasol', 1886, Oil on canvas, 131 ? 88 cm. Artwork also known as: MUJER CON SOMBRILLA. Museum: MUSEE D'ORSAY.
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Vincent Van Gogh / 'Portrait of Dr. Gachet', 1890, Oil on canvas, 68 x 57 cm. Artwork also known as: El doctor Paul Gachet. Museum: MUSEE D'ORSAY.
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANEJ PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D. WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANEJ PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D. WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: DOMINIKANIN KS STANISLAW TASIEMSKI WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: DOMINIKANIN KS STANISLAW TASIEMSKI PAULISTA KS.TOMASZ LUBAS ,DYREKTOR WYDAWNICTWA SWIETY PAWEL WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: DOMINIKANIN KS STANISLAW TASIEMSKI PAULISTA KS.TOMASZ LUBAS ,DYREKTOR WYDAWNICTWA SWIETY PAWEL WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: PAWEL JASTRZEZYNSKI REZYSER FILMOWY
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. N/Z: WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. NZ/ WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. NZ/ WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. NZ/ TORT URODZINOWY Z NAPISEM: 90 LAT WIERNOSCI BOGU I LUDZIOM
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. NZ/ WANDA POLTAWSKA
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI /EAST NEWS W WARSZAWIE W SALI PLENARNEJ EPISKOPATU POLSKI, ODBYLA SIE PROMOCJA KSIAZKI WANDY POLTAWSKIEJ "JEDEN POKOJ" OPUBLIKOWANA PRZEZ WYDAWNICTWO EDYCJA SWIETEGO PAWLA. WANDA POLTAWSKA Z D.WOJTASIK (UR. 2 LISTOPADA 1921 W LUBLINIE) - DOKTOR NAUK MEDYCZNYCH ORAZ SPECJALISTA W DZIEDZINIE PSYCHIATRII, PROFESOR PAPIESKIEJ AKADEMII TEOLOGICZNEJ, HARCERKA, DZIALACZKA PRO-LIFE. PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ WIEZIONA W NIEMIECKIM OBOZIE KONCENTRACYJNYM W RAVENSBRUCK. BLISKA PRZYJACIOLKA JANA PAWLA II, BYLA OBECNA PRZY JEGO SMIERCI. NZ/ WANDA POLTAWSKA KROI TORT Z NAPISEM: 90 LAT WIERNOSCI BOGU I LUDZIOM
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817x ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817w ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817e ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817d ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817p ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817q ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bh ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817a ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817aa ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817t ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817v ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817r ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817s ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817u ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817y ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817o ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817n ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817m ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817l ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817k ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817j ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817i ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817h ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817g ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817c ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817b ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ay ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817as ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ar ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817aq ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ap ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ao ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817an ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817am ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817al ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ak ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817aj ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ai ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ah ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ag ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817af ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ae ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ad ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ac ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ab ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817z ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bj ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bi ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bg ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bf ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bd ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bc ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817bb ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ba ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817f ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip ... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817az ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817ax ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817at ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817au ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817av ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by vlm / Rex Features ( 1207817aw ) The Unmissable Sights of Jordan, Middle East Jordan, or the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as it is officially known, is home to some of the Middle East's most spectacular and unmissable sights. From dramatic desert landscapes and ruined Roman cities to powerful biblical sites and a wonder of the modern world, Jordan is full of wonders. Add to this its ancient culture and a friendly population, not to mention modern, diverse Arab cities, and you have a fantastic destination. The country is bordered by Israel and the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south. It is almost completely land-locked apart from a small outlet on the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba and a frontage on the Dead Sea. Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and forms a modern bustling metropolis that can also boast to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Originally built on seven hills it now spans an area of nineteen hills as its estimated two million strong population continues to grow at a staggering pace. While Amman has a number of sites to interest tourists, such as the largest Roman theatre in Jordan, with room for 6,000 spectators, the city is a perfect base for exploring other parts of the country. Umm Qais located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara, is a frequent destination for day trips from Amman. It's popular not only because of its extensive ruins but also due to its position on a high hill and the panoramic views this provides. Israel and the Golan Heights, which are claimed by and recognized by Syria but which have been under Israeli administration since the Six-Day War in 1967, can be seen. As can the Sea of Galilee. However, it is a different watery attraction that is one of the highlights of any trip... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/EPYIDLNWP

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