In the late 1970s, Amman became one of the largest cities in the Middle East and quickly became the regional cultural, political and economic hub.

As someone who has had the opportunity to live and work in the Middle East, Jordan’s capital city, Amman, I think it is important to give a fair and objective account of the region. Many of us who have traveled to the region tend to view things from a Western perspective and fail to appreciate the culture, religion and history of the area. I think it is important to understand what people are thinking and feeling in the region, especially given the current political climate and tensions between the west and middle east.

Please find below some facts about Jordan :

1. The Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth

2. The Jordan River is the longest river in the world

3. The Dead Sea is located where the Red Sea meets the Gulf of Aqaba

4. The Jordan River runs through the middle of the country

5. There are some 3,500 springs in the mountains of Jordan

6. The Dead Sea is so low that it can only support life if it has water flowing through it

7. The water level of the Dead Sea is declining due to overpopulation and irrigation projects

8. The Dead Sea is the deepest place on the earth

9. Amman is the oldest city in the world.

10. Amman was a very peaceful place during the crusades.

11. The world’s first amusement park opened in Jordan in 1884.

12. Jordan used to be called Transjordan until 1948 when it became the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

13. Amman has been inhabited since 4000 BC.

14. The first university in the Middle East, Al-Hussein University, was founded in Amman.

15. The first recorded wedding in Jordan took place in 1250 BC.

16. Amman was first named Umm Qeis or “Mother of Moors”.

17. The Jordan River flows through Amman.

Despite the differences, Jordan is a relatively safe place to visit. There are only two countries in the region that have a higher risk level than Jordan. However, even if there is a terrorist attack in Jordan, it is unlikely that it will be the result of direct support for terrorism. The country is a very religious and traditional society. While it is not possible to fully understand the thinking of every individual, it is safe to assume that most people living in Jordan are either Muslim or Christian.

Despite the differences, Jordan is a relatively safe place to visit. There are only two countries in the region that have a higher risk level than Jordan. However, even if there is a terrorist attack in Jordan, it is unlikely that it will be the result of direct support for terrorism. The country is a very religious and traditional society. While it is not possible to fully understand the thinking of every individual, it is safe to assume that most people living in Jordan are either Muslim or Christian. Jordan is a nation with a population of over 6.5 million people. It has a long history and a rich cultural heritage. Its geographical location is very important for its security. Jordan borders eight countries including Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, and Syria.

In conclusion, there are many places in the world where the average income is low. That’s why the world has developed a huge number of tourism destinations, where people flock to see all the beautiful sights, eat good food, and enjoy all the different experiences. Jordan is a country where the average income is very high, so it’s hard to see the average person walking around, eating a meal, and buying a beer. Jordan is a tourist haven, but it’s also a country that has a long history and a lot of fascinating stories to share.