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Al Karak

Whether you approach Al Karak from the ancient Kings Highway to the east or from the Dead Sea to the west the striking silhouette of this fortified town and castle will instantly make you understand why the fates of kings and nations were decided here for millennia. Karak has been inhabited since at least the […]

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Baghdad

Baghdad

Baghdad … the capital of the world, it is no wonder that the Syrian poet Nizar Qabbani dedicated his character in describing the city of peace (Baghdad), and said in one of his poems: Your eyes, Baghdad, since my childhood Two suns asleep in my eyes Baghdad you came as a ship tired I hid […]

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Ma'in Baths

Ma’in Baths

    Ma’in Baths the Miracle of Allah on Jordanian Earth, wonders of nature and divine treatment.   Did you know these wonderful waterfalls? Have you ever enjoyed its hot water ?!   It is It is Ma’in, which resembles a large hospital of natural formation, which is frequented by visitors from all over the […]

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Rummanah Camp

Rummanah Camp

Rummanah Camp in Dana Reserve The Ecological Tourism and Arab Hospitality Region, Dana Nature Reserve was established in 1989 and is one of the largest nature reserves in Jordan in the province of Tafileh, with over 300 square kilometers of beautiful scenery and winding terrain facing the pit of destruction.   The protected area is […]

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Japan

Japan

Japan is a country located between the Sea of ​​Japan and the Pacific, also located to the east of the Korean peninsula in the east of Asia. Japan is pronounced Nippon, meaning the sun’s brightness or origin, due to its location in the far east of the ancient inhabited world. Japan consists of several islands, […]

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Switzerlan

Switzerlan

  Is not Switzerland the perfect country in everything? In accuracy, discipline, landscape, abundant water, abundant terrain and weather comfort? Is not this the picture they are trying to market to you about this country ?! Yes, it’s the real picture! One of the countries in the heart of Europe. It is a country of […]

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Fathiye Island

Fathiye Island

  Fathiye Island in Turkey Fathiye is a coastal city of the ancient cities of Turkey, and is a nation of the Aegean region that loses its life and consciousness. The most important characteristic of Fathiye is located on the ruins of Tlemisos, an ancient city of Ottoman Uyghbashi Fathi, First, his plane crashed over […]

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Ankara

Ankara

Tourism in Ankara The city of Ankara, the capital of Turkey, is one of Turkey’s most diverse tourist destinations. It has many historical sites, such as museums and entertainment, such as beautiful parks and interesting markets. You can spend fun and entertainment with your family and friends.  The capital of Turkey since October 23, 1932. […]

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Yarmouk Forest Reserve

Yarmouk Forest Reserve

The Yarmouk Forest Reserve, where greenery and beauty, and the contrast between colors are like the painting of an artist accustomed to drawing beauty. In fact, the main purpose of the Yarmouk Forest Reserve is to reduce the negative human influences on it. Site: In the north of Jordan, 115 kilometers from the capital Amman […]

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Antalya

Antalya

  Once seen simply as the gateway to the Turkish Riviera, Antalya today is very much a destination in its own right. Situated right on the Gulf of Antalya (Antalya Körfezi), the largest city on Turkey’s western Mediterranean coastline is both classically beautiful and stylishly modern. At its core is the wonderfully preserved old-city district […]

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