Archaeologists say the gigantic marble three fingers on the territory of Temple of Hercules belongs to 40-feet statue of Hercules.1Temple of Hercules
Traditional Jordanian dish is prepared from lamb cooked in jameed sauce. It is served with rice and pignolia and almond nuts. Traditionally they eat the dish with the fingers.JOD 51
The site of baptism is situated on the east bank of the Jordan River in Vadi Al-Kharar town. The entrance fee is €15.JOD 131
It is a dessert with nuts and cream cheese stuffing poured with sweet syrup. Try it in confectioneries or street-food stalls.1
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