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Jerash
Jarash Qasabah District
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Jerash
4.7/5
80 Reviews
Historical Site
Ancient Settlement
欲飞的鸟The ancient city of Gerash, 48 kilometers north of the Jordanian capital Amman, is the best preserved ancient city in the world today, except for Italy. It is believed that the ancient city was built in the first century BC during the ancient Roman Empire. Others think it may have been built earlier. Inside the ruins of today's ancient city, although the building was badly damaged, collapsed, and some were even unrecognizable. But the towers, palaces, squares and amphitheatres that remain show the glory of the past, the magnificence of the past. . .
Arch of Hadrian
4.4/5
16 Reviews
Historical Site
事事随缘"Pompeii in the Middle East" is people’s reputation for the ancient city of Jerash in Jordan. After all, Jerash is outside Greece and Italy. It has so far protected the most complete and authentic ancient Greek and Roman style city ruins. The ancient city disappeared in the 9th century BC, forgotten by the world, buried in the vast desert, and it was not seen again until 1806. Prosperity is bound to decline, prosperity and luxury have long been wiped out, only broken walls are standing in the wind, seeming to still prove the glory of the year. Today, this Hadrian’s Arch is the first stop to enter the ancient city of Jerash. Although it is damaged and full of vicissitudes, it still has a majestic atmosphere. The various patterns on the stone pillars are gorgeous and the craftsmanship is exquisite, reflecting the architectural sculptures of the time. The perfection and prosperity of art. At first glance, it is so convincing. Just imagine how impressive this glorious ancient Roman city was 2000 years ago? See the world freely
Colonnaded Street
4.7/5
17 Reviews
Historical Site
悠游麦兜Column Street extends along the ring of the oval square in the middle of Jerash, extending inward to below the Temple of the Moon Goddess. It should be the main street of this Roman city, and there are corridors to different gates. The column extends away, with a distinctive architectural style.
Temple of Artemis
4.6/5
10 Reviews
Historical Site
悠游麦兜In Jerash, my personal favorite building is the Temple of the Moon Goddess, which is located in the innermost part of the entire scenic spot. As the daughter of Zeus, the goddess of the moon has an important position in ancient Greek mythology, and the temple of the goddess of the moon and the year of the sun will also appear in various ancient Greek and Roman buildings.
Oval Plaza
4.6/5
12 Reviews
Historical Site
事事随缘The oval-shaped central square is the core area of Jerash. It is paved with slabs arranged in concentric circles and surrounded by huge stone pillars. During the Roman period, it was a place for large gatherings and important celebrations. It is also the most capable place. It represents the image of Jerash, so it is also a must for every tourist to take a commemorative photo, and some of these huge stone pillars are cracked and misplaced very badly, but they have stood for more than 2,000 years. It is a miracle, really. Worry, maybe a small earthquake will cease to exist. Sitting on a high place, watching the afterglow of the sun shine on this ancient Roman city, the stones are orange and gradually become red. It is very dazzling under the blue-black sky in the distance. Later, the sunset seems to be like Pompeii. Annihilated in the dark night. See the world freely
Southern Tetrapylon
4.6/5
16 Reviews
Historical Site
渭南松赞干布The South Amphitheatre in the ancient Roman ruins of Jerash is the largest of the three existing Roman ancient theaters in Jordan. The thirty-two-story semi-circular auditorium can accommodate 5,000 spectators. The opposite stage and background wall are preserved intact. The gatepost and frame have clear lines. The South Amphitheatre was built in the first century AD and is still hosting large-scale international music festivals.

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Zeus Temple
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Oval Plaza
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Ajloun Castle
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Jerash Weather

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May 6, 2021
18
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18 ~ 31
May 7, 2021
Mostly Sunny
15 / 31
May 8, 2021
Sunny
22 / 35
May 9, 2021
Hot
24 / 38
May 10, 2021
Hot
21 / 36
May 11, 2021
Sunny
19 / 35
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Jerash
May 6, 2021 Jerash Weather:Mostly Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:13%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:46/19:21
Jerash Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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