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Constructed by the Ottomans between 1900 and 1908. this railway station replaced the ancient caravan route, which was formerly used to transport goods to and from Damascus and Arabia, a round trip that would have taken approximately four months to complete. The caravan traders were far from happy with this new form of transport as it posed a serious threat to their livelihoods, and many attempts were made by them to disrupt its construction.

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Main traditional market street in historic As-Salt: Local food and produce, clothing, household goods, traditional crafts. Established in the 1880s by merchants mainly coming from Nablus, the street was originally used as a vegetable and cattle market. The market is a narrow road with shops along the sides, marketplace with a steep staircase, wooden doors, and store signs of yellow buildings.

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Lower Khader street is a narrow stone-based street filled with old brick buildings and wooden arched doors. 

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King Hussain street is located in the ancient city of Karak wide surrounded by short Yellowstone buildings.

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Madaba is an ancient town in Jordan, southwest of the capital Amman.

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The Ten Arches Viaduct was built over a century ago by the Ottomans south east of Amman

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