Jerash Jordan

Jerash is located about 50 kilometers north of Amman, is a most interesting site. The modern town offers nothing special, but the remains of the Roman town 
Jerash is probably the 3rd most famous attraction in Jordan after Petra and Wadi Rum.

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In 1806 Ulrich Jasper Seetzen, a German traveller, came upon ruins that he thought might be 
those of an ancient town buried under centuries of sand. But only in 1925 the excavations 
began on this place and as layer upon layer of civilisation were revealed, a well-preserved Greco-Roman city began to emerge.
Jerash back to life after very long time under the sand, its ancient city walls enclosing colonnaded paved streets with chariot tracks worn in the original stone, a dramatic oval plaza defined by a colonnade of Ionic columns, a complex of baths, theatres, the temples of Dionysus,Artemis and Zeus, and a superb hippodrome.

Jerash Jordan