Jordan is an Arab country located on the eastern bank of the Jordan. It is made up of ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. The country is home to the famous archaeological site of Petra, the Nabatean capital founded around 300 BC. J-C. Installed in a narrow valley and provided with tombs, temples and monuments carved in the pink sandstone cliffs which surround it, Pétra deserves its nickname of “pink city”. Jordan, including in the country of the Middle East, borders Saudi Arabia to the south and east, Syria to the north and Israel for the western part. Looks like this country has no mining equipment. This is why Jordan meets its oil needs by importing it from several neighboring countries.
The Dead Sea is a salt lake shared between Israel, the West Bank and Jordan. Its surface located more than 400 m below sea level makes it the lowest point on earth. It is renowned for its extremely high salinity, which allows it to float easily, and for its black mud rich in minerals, used for cosmetic and therapeutic purposes in spas in the region. The desert surrounding the Dead Sea is dotted with oases and historic sites. Dead Sea salt levels reach 31.5% (9 times the salt level in normal levels, which is only 3.5%). This allows all objects inserted therein to float. In the Dead Sea there are no living fish. Even if the water is exposed to the eye, it will be painful.
Petra is a famous archaeological site, located in the southwest Jordanian desert. Dating back to around 300 BC. AD, it was the capital of the Nabataean kingdom. Accessible by the Sîq, a narrow canyon, the site contains tombs and temples carved out of the pink sandstone cliffs from which it takes its nickname “pink city”. The Khazneh, 45 meters high, is undoubtedly the most famous building in Petra. It is a temple with an ornate facade in Greek style and known by the other name of “Treasure”. Petra enchantress, it is very difficult to describe with such beautiful and amazing words of the city. Petra is part of an archaeological site which is also a city made by carving stone walls in Jordan. The name Petra comes from the Greek meaning stone. It is a symbol of protection and technique.
Amman Roman Ancient Theater
The Ancient Roman Theater of Amman in Jordan forms with the neighboring Odeon a remarkable archaeological site. It would have been built between 138 and 161 AD. AD by Emperor Antoninus the Pious and is the largest in Jordan, with 6,000 seats. The Roman theater is divided into 3 horizontal regions. First, the entrance area is located on the ground floor, the second is the one facing the orchestra and the third is the stage. The room behind the door is now used as a traditional Jordanian museum on one side, and on the other side is also the Jordanian folklore museum.