Jordan. By Jasmin Kaur Manik . Contents. Where is Jordan?. Famous Places in Jordan. Food. The Flag of Jordan. Cities in Jordan. Ending. Arabs. Climate. Where is Jordan?.
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Jasmin Kaur Manik
Where is Jordan?
Famous Places in Jordan.
The Flag of Jordan.
Cities in Jordan.
Jordan is officially known as Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It is a kingdom on the East Bank of the River Jordan. The country borders Saudi Arabia to the east and south-east, Iraq to the northeast.
This is the flag of Jordan. The flag of Jordan, officially adopted on 2 September 1920 is based on the flag of the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War 1
Arab people, also known as Arabs are a living in the Arab world, which is located in Western Asia and North Africa.
There are many famous places in Jordan, here are
a few of them:
The hot springs and baths of Hammamat Ma’een have been enjoyed for therapeutic use over many years. The public springs and commercial resort area are located 35 kilometers southwest of Madaba, along a winding road which crosses some of the most spectacular territory around the Dead Sea.
Here are a list of cities in Jordan:
The climate is very warm in Jordan. It can get up to nearly 40 degrees in the summer, but,
it can fall in temperature in the winter right down to 3 degrees. Daytime temperatures
during the summer months frequently exceed 29 °C (84.2 °F) and average about 32 °C
(89.6 °F). September to March are moderately cool and sometimes very cold, averaging
about 3.2 °C (37.8 °F).
Jordanian cuisine is a traditional style of food preparation originating from Jordan that
has developed from centuries. There is a wide variety in the Jordanian style of
cooking. The authentic Jordanian cuisine can range from baking, sautéing and grilling
to stuffing of vegetables (grape leaves, eggplants, etc.), meat, and poultry. Also
common in the Jordanian style of cooking is roasting, and/or preparing foods with
special sauces. As one of the largest producers of olives in the world, olive oil is the
main cooking oil in Jordan. Herbs, garlic, spices, onion, tomato sauce and lemon are
typical flavours found in the Jordanian food. The recipes to the meals of the cuisines of
Jordan can vary from being extremely hot and spicy to being mild.
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