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A street passing through a forest north of Amman.

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Iraq al-Amir, which means “Caves of the Prince”, is the name shared by a palace, nearby caves and the bigger town surrounding these at­tractions in a lush valley, sliced by a stream from natural mountain springs in Amman’s Wadi el-Seer suburb.

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Located south of Amman this evergreen forest if filled with pine trees and features both hilly and flat terrain

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A road with trees on each side, that stretches for about 300 meters.

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A forest reserve with 23 cabins in Ajloun's highlands about 60 kilometers north of Amman.

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Ajloun is a town in the fertile highlands of northern Jordan. It’s overlooked by the ruined Ajloun Castle that was built in the 1183, and is dominated by open woodlands.

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