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Amman – reiche Geschichte – moderne Stadt
Nach dem Besuch von „Petra" und den Touren durch die Wüste „Wadi Rum“ ging es am 26. April nach Amman zurück.
Hier interessierte mich der historische Kern mit der „Omayaden Palast-Zitadelle“ aus dem Jahre 720 n. Chr., die Keimzelle der …
I've wanted to go to Petra for a very long time - ever since friends went there on motorbikes and returned with magnificent photos in the very early 90s. When I saw that Exodus had a Jordan cycling tour in their catalogue it was just a matter of finding a window of opportunity before I leave Europe. May 2012 was that window.
I could try a …
... in the world. It is virtually impossible to drive more than 5 minutes on the highway without seeing a speed trap. The tickets aren't cheap and the cops are not very lenient. The most surprising part though is that most Jordanians are still speeding.
The speed trap teams are usually three man groups. One guy operating the radar, one guy standing at the edge of the ...
... 8220;Which country are you going to next after United Kingdom?”
Staff: “Why do you want to go to Turkey?”
I thought: “Is that your business, dude?”
Scenario 2: at the airline check-in desk at the airport, Nepal
Staff: “Do you know you are going to Jordan via Doha?”
Staff: “Do you have a return ticket going back to your home country?”
... excavations in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem revealed the Nea Church and the Cardo Maximus in the very locations suggested by the Madaba Map. In February 2010, excavations further substantiated its accuracy with the discovery of a road depicted in the map that runs through the center of Jerusalem. According to the map, the main entrance to the city was through a large gate opening into a wide central street. Until now, archaeologists were ...