Added by on June 20, 2018

One day in the country of Jordan exploring Amman, an ancient castle and the incredible Roman city of Jerash.
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Music during the video (in order):

“Balzan Groove – Vadodara” by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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“Rollin Back” by MK2
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“Ruined Temple” by Josh Kirsch/Media Right Productions
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“Desert City” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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“Impact Prelude” by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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Traveling the Middle East: One Day in Jordan

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12 Comments

  • Sara Hobbit 9 months ago

    I know this is a bit late but I couldn't not leave a comment cause I facepalmed a little when you said that wasn't local music, the pipes is our national music instrument in Jordan.. it is played in almost all national/traditional events and occasions, it is literally the most Jordanian thing you can listen to, and I know it's similar to traditional Scottish music but that doesn't mean it isn't local! Anyway, I hope you enjoyed your stay here, I've been binge watching your videos and they're super interesting. Love from Jordan.

  • Selien’s and Nour’s vlogs 9 months ago

    IVE BEEN THEIR

  • Abood Abood 9 months ago

    Omg he gave you that drink for 2.50 jd what a scammer that costs 0:25 jd

  • rooney roro 9 months ago

    They charged you to go into the masjid ??? They shouldn’t have

  • Mohamad Rahhal 9 months ago

    4:00 I actually live in this street it’s called Jordan street or sharee al ordon it’s amazing to see such thing

  • Alissa Riddle 9 months ago

    As a person who lives in Jordan I've went on countless of school trips to jarash/Petra..etc and I've seen all the monuments but didn't quite understand the greatness of it and toke it all for granted , seeing videos like this makes regret that I didn't take a closer look and appreciated the beauty and amazement of it

  • MrTeG3SH 9 months ago

    This taxi driver is so mis informed. 15 years —- 20 years ??? baffling

  • Ahlam Mallak 9 months ago

    nice videos (Y) and yes! the music you heard in Jerash at 20:00 is Arabic local music! it's not Scottish or Irish, It's a traditional Jordanian musical instrument looks a lot like a pipe 😀

  • ahmed almakhamreh 9 months ago

    hey awesome video, where is this place is it in amman or jarash?

  • Ayyash Ayyash 9 months ago

    You paid 3 dollars to get into a mosque? Lol! Who took your money? U're lucky your shoes weren't stolen :))) It wasn't low season, it simply isn't a touristic site, and u went between prayer times 🙂

  • ekhlas 9 months ago

    there is a museum in side the mosque did you see it ?

  • Various Caesar 9 months ago

    From Jordan in Ajluon city 4:50