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Dating back to the second century AD, Jerash is a spectacularly well-preserved provincial Roman city that was unearthed as recently as the 1920s. The main ruins, lying west of the Zarqa River, include the colonnaded street, the south and north theaters, the Temple of Zeus, and an oval piazza. Jerash also contains 14 churches with fine mosaics from the Byzantine era. Jerash is north of Amman, about halfway between Irbid and the capital, and is billed as one of the nation’s top two attractions–the other being Petra.

Tours in the City

Wadi Rum – Amman

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Petra – Amman ( One Way )

Amman, Jordan

4 days /3 nights Jordan program 3 Stars


Private Wadi Rum – Aqaba – Amman


Activities in the City

Traditional Cooking with Locals


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Petra By Night

Petra, Jordan

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Arabic Calligraphy: An Ancient Art

Amman, Jordan

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Make Your Own Handmade Mosaic!


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The City Maps

Trip Ideas


City Spotlight: Jerash

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