Jerash is situated 48 km north of the Amman, not far away from Syrian borders.
Jerash is a city with about 30,000 people. It is the second-most popular tourist attraction in Jordan after Petra. Like Palmyra, the layout of the ancient city is beautifully preserved.
The Hippodrome, Jerash
The Arch of Hadrian was built to honor the visit of the Roman emperor Hadrian to Jerash in 129-130 AD.
Through the Arch of Hadrian
Jerash, the hippodrome is on the left
The South Gate, Jerash
Jerash, the oval Forum at the south end of the Cardo maximus
Jerash, Cardo maximus and the colonnade
Temple of Zeus, or Jupiter, at Jerash
Temple of Artemis at Jerash
The south theater, Jerash
Chinese tourists at the south theater, Jerash
Can anyone read the passage?
Musicians at the south theater, Jerash
Remains from the Temple of Zeus, Jerash