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Traditional Jordanian Town

The oldest town in Jordan. Some nice old Ottoman buildings. The tourist centre in this museum can... read more

Reviewed September 11, 2019
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wonderful archetectural museum

wonderful archetectural museum and deserve place to visit in the best and great city in hashimite... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2019
ANAS A
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Al Salt, Jordan
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The oldest town in Jordan. Some nice old Ottoman buildings. The tourist centre in this museum can give you a walking trail map
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wonderful archetectural museum and deserve place to visit in the best and great city in hashimite kingdom of jordan
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This was the fifth and last stop on our cold rainy 160 mile circuit of north Jordan from our Toledo Hotel in Amman. Fortunately our driver knew the narrow streets of this town to pass by many of the 19th C structures to give us an appreciation of the 'new' architecture in mellow
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At the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th (1896-1905) the Nabulsi architect Abdel Rahman al Aqrouq built this amazing structure along with several others transforming the city in ways that still captivate today. Built for a wealthy merchant the house combines classic
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Worth a visit if you happen to be in Salt, but I would not go out of my way to visit there. Many exhibits are not kept up well. The building itself is worth it, but not the museum per se.
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