This castle is the largest surviving military site in Jordan and the second largest preserved Crusade in the Middle East. This castle turned out to be a museum downstairs. It was a pity that the museum was closed when I went there. It is said that during the renovation, the museums in Jordan are closed all over the road. Few of them are open. Even the ones that open are of average quality. This castle is a popular attraction and I encountered two waves of domestic tourist groups at that time. There were all kinds of drags at the gate of the castle. One was accidentally dragged all the way by the other. Listening to his nagging, he had to give a tip and sent it away, finally his ears were quiet. The location of the castle determines that it is a good place to watch the sunset.
Exploring the mysterious military site—Kerak Castle Kerak Castle is an ancient castle in Jordan. It is a military site and can be regarded as the largest in Jordan. This time I have the honor to visit this historical site and feel the Kerak Castle, once military The heroic spirit of the base. Kerak Castle is fairly well preserved. Although it is a little incomplete, it does not affect its magnificence. It is located on a large lawn with a low fence outside. Entering inside is the old castle. There is a museum on the first floor, displaying some military supplies from Jordan in ancient times. It is worth seeing. Along a long arc-like underground passage, I walked into the old castle, which is very large, like a mysterious cave, with the style of the Middle East. Walking up to the old castle is a good observation deck. It should be similar to the previous observation deck. Standing on it, the scenery is good, mainly because of the good view. I understand why this military base was built in this place. You can see everything in the Quartet. It is an excellent location. Standing on the old castle and looking down, people can't help but float back to the ancient times. There seems to be a picture of a group of soldiers standing below... ...Scenic area address: Kerak | Al-Karak Governorate, Jordan Opening hours: 8 am to 5 pm