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Wadi Al Seer
Wadi Al-Seer
Wadi Al-Seer
or Wadi as-Seer (Arabic: وادي السير, meaning "Valley of the Orchards"), is the 14th district out of the 27 districts of the Amman
Amman
Governorate, named after a prehistoric queen that ruled the area,
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Al Mushayrifah (31°54'2"N 36°3'10"E)
Al Mushayrifah is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of north-western Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]Satellite map at Maplandia.comThis Jordanian location article is a stub
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Al Bassah
Al Bassah
Al Bassah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]Satellite map at
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Sahab, Jordan
Sahab (Arabic:سحاب) is a district number 23 out of 27 in Amman
Amman
in the Kingdom of Jordan, south east of the capital Amman. Sahab is well known for its Industrial Estate, the Islamic Cemetery and the Kahf of Raqeem site mentioned in the Qur'an
Qur'an
(Surat al-Kahf). The earliest inhabitants in Sahab have immigrated mostly from Egypt
Egypt
during the era of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
in the 1850s. Two major clans first inhabited the city, called masarwat sahab(مصاروة سحاب): zyood (الزيود), and maharmah (المحارمة) and taharwah (الطهاروة ). A minority of migrant Egyptian workforce live and work in the area.[citation needed] Recently a Chinese workforce started settling in the area working in textile factories in the industrial estate. Famous places in Sahab[edit]Industrial City of Sahab al-Raqaim (الرقيم)
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Sweileh
Coordinates: 32°1′48″N 35°49′47″E / 32.03000°N 35.82972°E / 32.03000; 35.82972Sweileh صويلحSweilehCoordinates: 32°1′48″N 35°49′47″E / 32.03000°N 35.82972°E / 32.03000; 35.82972Country JordanGovernorate Amman
Amman
GovernorateTime zone UTC
UTC
+ 2 Sweileh
Sweileh
(صويلح) is district number 16 in Amman
Amman
out of 27
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Zahran District
Coordinates: 31°57′34″N 35°52′43″E / 31.95944°N 35.87861°E / 31.95944; 35.87861Zahran زهرانDistrictZahran location in Amman
Amman
GovernorateFlagCountry  JordanGovernorate Amman
Amman
GovernorateArea • District 13.8 km2 (5.3 sq mi)Elevation 800-1,000 m (2,624-3,280 ft)Population • Urban 107,529[1]Zahran is the 8th district in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
out of the 27 districts, named after Zahran Palace which stands amidst Zahran street. It consists of 5 neighborhoods of which most parts are residential, however, some parts of the district contain Amman's best hotels, hospitals and towers
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Abdoun, Amman
Abdoun is a residential area of Amman, Jordan. Abdoun is considered by many to be the most affluent district of the city, and is located towards the south of the city. Some of Jordan's most expensive real estate is located in the district. Abdoun is one of Amman's centres for nightlife. There are several mostly high-end nightclubs located in Abdoun which are frequented by both local residents of Amman
Amman
and tourists alike. Abdoun Circle is surrounded by numerous restaurants, cafés and stalls, and is a popular spot among Amman's youth. Abdoun Mall, the first mall to open in Amman
Amman
at the time of its opening, is also located in the district. Abdoun is neighbored by the districts of Deir Ghbar, Sweifieh, Ras Al Ain, and Jabal Amman
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Abu `Alandah
Abu `Alandah
Abu `Alandah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]Sa
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Adh Dhuhaybah
Adh Dhuhaybah is a town in the Amman Governorate of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]Satellite map at Maplandia.com Note that the town is located on the rim of what may be a meteorite impact crater
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Al `Al, Jordan
Al `Al is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerv t eAmman GovernorateDistrictsAbu Nser Al-Abdali Al-Jeezah Al-Madinah Al-Moqableen Al-Naser Al-Yarmouk Al-Muwaqqar Bader Bader Al-Jadida Basman Husban Al-Jadeedah and Umm Al-Basateen Jubeiha Kherbet Al-Souq Marj Al-Hamam Marka Na'our Qweismeh, Al-Jweideh, Abu Alanda and Rqeim Ras Al-Ein Sahab Shafa Badran Sweileh Tareq Tla' Al-Ali, Khalda and Umm As Summaq Uhod Wadi Al-Seer ZahranTowns, villages and neighborhoods`A
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Al `Amiriyah
Al `Amiriyah
Al `Amiriyah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerv t eAmman Governorate
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Al Bahhath
Al Bahhath
Al Bahhath
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of northern Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]Satellite ma
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Al Bunayyat Al Janubiyah
Al Bunayyat al Janubiyah
Al Bunayyat al Janubiyah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of north-western Jordan.[1] It is located south-west of Amman the capital of Jordan. Climate[edit] Climate type is characterized by extremely variable temperature conditions. The Köppen Climate Classification subtype for this climate is "Bsh"
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Na'our
Naour (Arabic: ناعور‎), also called Naur, is region number 26 in the Greater Amman
Amman
Municipality. It is located on the west side of the capital, and comprises 26 neighborhoods or residential areas. Naour comprises approximately 87 km2, i.e., 5.19%, of the total landscape of Greater Amman
Amman
Municipality. Its population is 50,000 and it is bordered by six regions.[1] The down town of Naour was established by the Circassian immigrants who migrated from their homeland Circassia
Circassia
(Cherkessia) in the North Caucasus in 1900. The Circassian immigration was one of the latest Circassian immigrations which started in 1864 as a result of the Russian army control over Circassia
Circassia
after about 150 years of war
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Al Bunayyat Ash Shamaliyah
Al Bunayyat ash Shamaliyah
Al Bunayyat ash Shamaliyah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of north-western Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Ma
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Al Hawwasiyah
Al Hawwasiyah
Al Hawwasiyah
is a town in the Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate
of north-western Jordan.[1] References[edit]^ Maplandia world gazetteerExternal links[edit]
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