Make your Dreams to visit Christian Jordan a reality This Year !
Welcome to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan!
Why Jordan you may ask?
A trip to Jordan, the home to some of the most influential biblical leaders of the past, should be a pillar of every individual’s religious journey through life. Each holy site has rich history and significance. Here are just a few of the sites found in Jordan.
Enjoy a full day in Petra, this magnificent “rose-red city, half as old as time”, explore its rich history and impressive remains. Jordan abounds in archaeological riches, but few places in the world can rival this city carved from the rose-red rock by the Nabataeans, who controlled the ancient trade routes in this area. This UNESCO world heritage site, is connected to the Scriptural Exodus journey. Moses and the Israelites are said to have passed through the Petra area in ancient Edom.
This jewel of the middle east, surrounded by imposing mountains and approached through a deep, narrow cleft in the rocks known as the Siq, Petra is a unique and unforgettable place, an altogether overwhelming experience
In the early morning, visit the Citadel of ancient Rabbath Ammon, capital of the ancient Ammonite Kingdom, and the simple archaeological museum that houses one of the finest collections of ancient artifacts in the Middle East..
The baptismal site of Madaba, known throughout the world as the City of Mosaics (mentioned in the Bible as the Moabite town of Medeba). Visit the contemporary Greek Orthodox Church of St. George, which features the masterpiece sixth-century Byzantine mosaic map of the Holy Land.
Ten minutes to the west of Madaba is the Most revered site in Jordan, Mount Nebo, where Moses viewed the Holy Land and is said to be buried. Sixty years of excavation on the hilltop of Mount Nebo reveals a basilica church with one of the most magnificent mosaic floors in the world. From the platform in front of the church, you will have an inspiring, breath-taking view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea to the rooftops of Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
visit Bethany Beyond the Jordan head to Mount Nebo, Where Moses Saw the Holy Land – Sixty years of excavation on the hilltop of Mount Nebo, where Moses viewed the Holy Land and is said to be buried, reveals a basilica church with one of the most magnificent mosaic floors in the world. From the platform in front of the church, you will have an inspiring, breath-taking view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea to the rooftops of Jerusalem and Bethlehem. You will see what Moses saw. Moses is buried near Mount Nebo, in an unknown place.
From the platform nearby the church, you will have a breathtaking view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea to the rooftops of Bethlehem and, on a clear day, Jerusalem.
Aqaba, a year-round attraction and sea resort for everyone. The Red Sea and its surrounding pink mountains is truly one of nature’s most breathtaking sites. The city has a great religious history as well: The first site in southern Jordan mentioned in the Exodus is Eziongeber (Number 33-35). You can explore Aqaba’s most recent discovery, what is believed to be the oldest purpose-built church in the world.
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