From King Abdullah I Mosque to the Jordan National Gallery

Walk from the King Abdullah I Mosque to the Jordan National Gallery

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.

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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

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