The following is a LIST OF ROADS, STREETS, AND MAJOR THOROUGHFARES IN
* 1 Roads and streets * 2 Circles * 3 See also * 4 References
ROADS AND STREETS
Circle Street is officially known as Zahran Street. Seven of west Amman's eight main traffic circles are on Zahran Street.
Airport Road is officially known as Queen Alia International Airport Street. It passes through the Prince Talal bin Muhammad Square , continues on from the airport to form the main highway connecting the south of Jordan.
Mecca Street is officially known as Mecca Al-Mukarrameh Street, and runs parallel to Zahran Street west-to-east.
Medina Street runs from between the Prince Rashid bin el-Hassan Square and Prince Talal bin Muhammad Square towards University Road.
Gardens Street is officially known as Wasfi Al-Tal Street and runs
Abdullah Ghosheh Street connects Mecca Street to Airport Road.
Embassy Road is officially known as Queen Zein Al Sharaf Street, and
connects Airport Road to the
Al Qahirah Street bisects Abdoun Circle west-east.
Shmesani Culture Street is also known as
31°57′2″N 35°55′23″E / 31.95056°N 35.92306°E /
31.95056; 35.92306 The 1ST CIRCLE is the first of a series of eight
large traffic circles interspersed east-to-west on Zahran Street. The
roundabout is located in the older part of the Jordanian capital on
31°57′5″N 35°54′56″E / 31.95139°N 35.91556°E / 31.95139; 35.91556 The 2ND CIRCLE is the second of the series. The roundabout is located in the older part of the Jordanian capital.
31°57′14″N 35°54′38″E / 31.95389°N 35.91056°E /
31.95389; 35.91056 The 3RD CIRCLE is surrounded by hotels , notably
the Le Royal
The 4TH CIRCLE is best known of being the place where the Jordanian
prime ministry compound is located (also known locally as the "4th
circle"). It connects to the
Abdoun Bridge which crosses
Wadi Abdoun .
The circle is becoming part of a project to link North
The 5TH CIRCLE, officially named Prince
Faisal bin al-Hussein Square,
is a traffic circle in the heart of the hotel district in Amman.
Hotels in the vicinity of the 5th Circle include the Four Seasons ,
The 6TH CIRCLE connect the seven Ammanian hills, called "the jabals"
by English-speaking visitors, after the Arabic jabal meaning hill or
mountain. The 6th Circle's official name is Prince Rashid bin
el-Hassan Square. It links together the UMM UTHAYNA and SWEIFIYAH
districts. It is near numerous hotels as well as the
The 7TH CIRCLE is officially called Prince
Talal bin Muhammad Square,
it is noted for having a large green turf area surrounding a large
monument. There is a
The 8TH CIRCLE is the last of the series of traffic circles interspersed east-to-west and is located in the newer part of the Jordanian capital.
* List of tallest buildings in
* ^ King Hussein.gov
* ^ "Le Royal
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