Aqaba Jordan Museums
The Jordanian resort town of Aqaba on Wednesday inaugurated an unusual tourist attraction: an underwater military museum. The museum is housed in a disused airliner that was sunk on Monday to boost marine life.
The Jerash Archaeological Museum was founded in 1923 and covers more than 1000 years of history of Jordan and the Middle East. The finds were discovered and excavated at various archaeological sites and organized to help tourists learn more about Jordan's history. We will try to show the place as a place of history, starting with the city of Amman, which was built in the Stone Age (7000 BC). Bronze Age artifacts first discovered in Aqaba, dating back to 4000 BC, as well as artifacts from other sites.
The museum has a large coin collection and can hold the largest collection of scrolls to be found there, as well as many other Middle Eastern artifacts.
The Archaeological Museum of Aqaba was renovated in the 1980s and housed until 2016, when it was decided to devote itself entirely to the history of the ancient city of Aqaba and its history, as well as to the history of Jordan. The ruins are rather limited compared to other sites in Jordan, but they house the largest collection of artifacts from the city, the first to be established in the 7th century on the Arabian Peninsula. The shooting took place in Egypt before the statue was returned to Jordan, and then again in 2010, with the shooting taking place after the statue was returned.
The Archaeological Museum of Aqaba houses the largest collection of artefacts from the ancient city, as well as the history of Jordan and its history.
The ground floor houses the Archaeological Museum of Aqaba, which stands on a platform in front of the church, and the main building of the museum.
The nearby Aqaba Heritage Museum has offered free replicas of historic Aqaba over the years, and the museum highlights the history of the city from its beginnings to the present day. Combine your leisure time with the opportunity to take a tour of Jordan's only city with access to the sea, and enjoy a unique and unique view of a city with a rich history and heritage.
The Museum of Local History of Aqaba presents the history of the city from its beginnings to the present day in three large galleries dedicated to archaeology, folklore and contemporary history.
The chronologically arranged exhibits will introduce you to the history of the city and its inhabitants from its beginnings to the present day. The museum shows an important collection of Islamic sites in Ayla and shows humorous inscriptions in the form of Koranic verses hanging on the Easter Gate. It is the Archaeological Museum, which has the largest collection in Aqaba and the second largest in Jordan after the Museum of Local History.
The castle was built almost 1000 years ago and is one of the oldest buildings in Aqaba and the second largest in the city after the Museum of Local History. The Jordanian Museum, as it is called in Jordan, was built on the site of a former castle, the Royal Palace, and a large part of its walls.
Located in the Roman Theatre in downtown Amman, the museum showcases traditional Jordanian life, including Mamluk-era artifacts dating back to the 19th century. The collection covers the entire history of the city of Aqaba, from its origins to its present day, and is dedicated to discoveries from the Jerash region. Built in the 12th century at Ayyubid Ajlun Castle, also known as al-Rabad Fort, in Aqsaba in 2010, the fortress represents Jordan's archaeological and cultural heritage and history. The museum combines artefacts from the early days of agriculture with ethnographic exhibits and is considered the best archaeological museum in the country. It displays a wide range of archaeological artifacts from around the world, including ceramics, ceramics, glassware, stone tools and glassware.
The museum boasts state-of-the-art architecture and is one of the best in the world when it comes to preventing the deterioration of artefacts. The museum, located on the hill of the Amman Citadel, houses an excellent collection of Jordanian antiquities from prehistoric times to the 15th century. A special exhibition entitled "Jordan through the ages" will be shown at the Al-Mazar Museum from April to June 2014. The al-Mazdaar Museum, opened in 1973, displays a wide range of artifacts from the Middle East and North Africa dating back to Mamluk times.
It is intended to express the interrelations between archaeology and anthropology and to show the history of humanity in Jordan over the centuries.
The Jerash Archaeological Museum was founded in January this year in a monumental building in the sports city of Amman. The Royal Tank Museum was also founded in January of the same year in what is now the capital Amman, the Royal Tank Museum. It houses military memorabilia from the Arab revolt of 1916 to the present day, as well as a collection of military and military equipment.