From King Abdullah I Mosque to JNG

From King Abdullah I Mosque to the JNG

The blue-domed King Abdullah I Mosque, built in the 1980s by the late King Hussein as a memorial to his grandfather, can be admired by Non-Muslim visitors. From there a short walk through a quiet residential area of Jabal al Weibdeh leads to the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, on both sides of a water-conserving model Park with sculptures.

The informative photo tours recommend itineraries through Amman to visit art venues and other sites of interest, and to experience different neighborhoods.

Recommendations for cultural travellers: Contemporary art, art history, architecture, design, cultural heritage

Web guide, including informative photo tours with interactive maps and special presentations of venues, sites, events

Jordan Tourism BoardIn cooperation with the
Jordan Tourism Board

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