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Jordan is a Muslim country in southwest Asia. It is bordered by Syria to the north, Israel to the west, and Saudi Arabia to the east and south-east. It is one of the most water-scarce countries in the world.
Magnesium and oil are found near the Jordan River.
The distance between the above mentioned places is 56 milesapproximately.
Petra, the ancient city of stone, is in Jordan. Petra is alsocalled Rose City, for the color of the carved stone. A UNESCO WorldHeritage Site since 1985, Petra is Jordan's most-visited touristsite.
Officially, no Jews live as residence in Jordan but you will see some of them as tourist or for official work with their embassy in the capital Amman.
Jordan has many landforms. It has mountains and hills, the JordanValley, wadis, wetlands, the Red and the Dead Seas, and the Gulf ofAqaba. It also has the Syrian Desert and Ard As Sawwat Desert.
The country of Jordan is a country in its own right. It lays to the east of Israel
Islam is the major religion with a percentage of Muslims of 95% & Christianity is the second religion of 5% of the Jordanian people.
Yes Jordan has Skype.
Jordan has some oil, phosphates, potash, and water.
Jordan is famous for the city of Petra and Wadi Rum.
Amman is in the north east of Jordan near to the border with theWest Bank and Syria.
It takes about an hour and a half.
The Nabataeans built Petra.
Amman is the capital city of Jordan.
Yes. Jordan is on Saudi Arabia's northwest border.
JORDAN: conventional long form: Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan conventional short form: Jordan local long form: Al Mamlakah al Urduniyah al Hashimiyah local short form: Al Urdun former: Transjordan
Yes they can! There is no low forcing women to cover their hair orremoving cover from their hair. Jordan is an Islamic country andthere are Christian Jordanians too living peacefully in theircountry, practicing their religion in their churches.
Jordan is a developing nation.
Petra was carved out of a mountain.
His net worth is estimated at $750,000.000.
Petra is allocated in the south of Jordan around 4 hours drive from the capital Amman.
Due to the moderate climate of Jordan, you can find lots of fruits that can't be listed in one answer, but for example you have watermelon, strawberries, several kinds of grapes, several kinds of peaches, figs, oranges, Mandarin, apples, apricots ....etc., but you can't find all these fruits all...
sunny in summer and sometimes hot but in winter its cold and fluffy in fall its windy and in spring like heven
He lives in Amman, Jordan .
He is committed to keep Jordan up-to-date with all modern developments in all walks of life for the prosperity and welfare of his people .
Petra was built around 6th century BCE and it was built by the Nabataeans.
yes petra is part of another country wich is asia...
yes you need visa for most of the countries
Jordan itself is a country located in Asia.
The rocks of petra are where the islams come to worship, located in Cairo.
I don't know find out for yourself loser.
no, Jordan touches a little bit of the Red Sea all the way at the South.
It is often believed the seven-pointed star represents the first seven verses of the Koran, which is the Islamic holy book. The official website of King Hussein (1953-1999) states: "The Jordan flag symbolizes the Kingdom's roots in the Great Arab Revolt of 1916, as it is adapted from the revolt...
Amman is the capital of Jordan.
king Abdullah II .
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan controls the East Bank of the Jordan River.
Because it's the capital city of Jordan .
No. The Transjordan became the kingdom of Jordan.
It would have to be the young gun from Mebourne, Australia. He is such a talent.
Mansaf (is a really famous dish in Jordan), Tabbouleh, Manqeesh and Labaneh (and lots more...)
As Jordan is a Muslim country, men may have up to four wives (with constraints like consent and necessity also applying); this form of polygamy is called polygyny. However, women may not have more than one husband.
  Let me see here;   1) Syria   2) Iraq   3) Saudi Arabia and   4) Israel   Oh yeah, almost forgot   5) Lebanon; I thought there wasn't a border there because Syria closed it off or something but apparently there is.   http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/middle_east_and_asia...
The United Kingdom; that's how they got their independence.
More like dusty orange - but there is a pink quality to the stone - dawn and dusk bring out that quality of light quite dramatically and at those times of day the answer Yes.
for men its called hata and egaal , for women its abaye !
shown some rubies and emeralds and even King Solomon's stone ....
She married King Hussien's son, Prince Abdullah. Making her Princess Rania. When King Hussien died, his son became King Abdullah and his wife, Queen Rania. (She's mainly know as "Your Highness/Majesty.... Queen Rania Of Jordan is her name on "Heroes.com")
Rekem is an ancient name for Petra and appears in the Dead Sea scrolls. Pliny the Elder and other writers identify Petra as the capital of the Nabataeans, Aramaic-speaking Semites, and the center of their caravan trade. Evidence suggests that the city was founded relatively late, though a sanctuary...
  No one currently lives at the former city of Petra. The ruins are now a historical site.
It's rock-cut architecture and water conduct  system is co grate . Another name for Petra is the Rose City due to  the color of the stone out of which it is carved.The city of Petra  seems to be the beginning and the end of a magical journey in  Jordan for many visitors.In fact, the Nabataean...
In 1947 the first constitution for Jordan was written. In 1952 a newer one was written & it's still existing until today.
The people of Petra are known to Muslims as the people of Al-Hijr. These people are mentioned twice in the Islamic holy book, the Qur'an:   [Salih said to his people,] "Remember when He appointed you successors to 'Ad and settled you in the land. You built palaces on its plains and carved out...
19.55 (births per 1000 persons)...
The Dead Sea also takes up a portion of Jordan's boundaries. Thename may sound scary, but it is one of the saltiest waters in theworld and you can float in it with out even trying. It is a tourist attraction if you ever want to visit Jordansomeday. Palestine/Israel to the west. Syria to the north....
North you have syriaeast iraqsouth Saudia ArabiaWest Israel and the West Bank
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Can't answer about israel, but Jordan is a very safe country , i live ther and there is no place that isn't safe.
farmers, like in Lancaster the open rural area gives a good farming area. they also have good soil to help the farmers grow their crops.
Petra Němcová was born on June 24, 1979.
Petra Němcová was born on June 24, 1979.
Petra Němcová is 38 years old (birthdate: June 24, 1979).
Yes it will maybe tomorrow or next Wednesday
Petra is Located in Jordan
The British Mandate of Palestine was established in 1919 and was then partitioned into what is commonly known as the British Mandate of Palestine and the British Mandate of Transjordan (because it was on the opposite side of the Jordan River). This division came into existence because the British...
i heard its the biggest flag in the world
Petra means rock in English. It is a word of Greek origin.
It's the Black Iris
They influenced them because of the monumental planning and pure hard work that went into the construction.
Petra beings in a considerable amount of tourists each year, being on or the worlds 7 wonders, this contributes a lot towards Jordans tourism economy.
Petra was discoverded by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt.
one day i found a dead cat with a cucumber inside of it.
it is 56,000 miles from Tennessee to Israel
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Queen Noor of Jordan is 60 years old (birthdate: August 23, 1951).
Queen Rania of Jordan was born on August 31, 1970.