About Phoenician Wall
The ancient Phoenician sea wall was originally a natural structure composed of petrified sand dunes. It was reinforced by the Phoenicians with rocks, and the wall as it stands today took its present shape in the first century BC. The Phoenicians used this wall as protection against sea storms and invaders.
Attractions near Phoenician Wall
Located in a factory compound, this museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting Lebanese modern and contemporary art.
A city filled with ruins from ancient history and one of the best-preserved Greco-Roman cities.
Covers an area of 8.5 square kilometres (3.3 sq mi) of rolling hills covered with pine–oak habitat. It houses one of the oldest and naturally grown habitats of Aleppo Pines in Jordan. It also is the home to 17 endangered species such as the Persian Squirrel.
106 meters high dam built to store winter rains and treated wastewater from Amman and Zarqa for irrigation in the Jordan Valley.
The museum showcases a rare collection of Jordan's vehicles ranging from Hussein bin Ali's cars that came to Amman in 1916 to modern sports cars.
War museum showcasing a rare collection of Jordan's military weapons, clothing and vehicles. It also serves as a memorial to the martyrs who gave their lives in the service of Jordan as early as 1915, starting with the Great Arab Revolution which was led by King Hussein bin Ali.
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