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One of the largest and best-preserved late antique cities in the Middle East. Mainly Roman buildings, but also Byzantine churches and Umayyad structures.
Northern hilly area whose Forest Reserve offers a unique environmental and architectural experience, with a Bizantine pilgrimage site nearby.
Center for environmental training, Ajloun, designed by architect Ammar Khammash. Open for visitors, with restaurant and shops of local crafts and food.
Ruins of a Byzantine church on a hilltop, still a place of pilgrimage related to the prophet Elijah venerated by Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
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