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A constantly bustling hub throbbing with life and energy, Amman is not only the very heart of Jordan, but also one of the few cities in the world that has been continuously inhabited throughout history. The city that today sees development by leaps and bounds has witnessed the changing of times from the very beginning of civilization and stands today, a wizened old sage, saturated with the knowledge of the foregone times. A city that is replete with all the comforts of the modern life, Amman perfectly amalgamates modernity with an age old charm, creating a combination that is both convenient as well as historically intriguing.

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Roman Theater

Cut into a depression in the hillside, the Roman Theatre stands majestically, representing the architectural genius of the Roman era with astounding grace. This magnificent arena capable of seating 6000 people was constructed between 169 and 177 AD, during the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

Dead Sea

Sheltered by the rolling hills on the east and the west, the otherworldly beauty of the Dead Sea most undoubtedly has a captivating power on all those who visit it. While the reputation of its hyper salianated water precedes it, this site is also known to be cradle of the five biblical cities; the Sodom, Gomorrah, Adman, Zebouin and Zoar (Bela).