Downtown (Amman) is the old economic and commercial center of Amman from the beginning of the century until the beginning of the eighties, and it is considered one of the most crowded places in the Kingdom due to the commercial diversity in it. It passes through the center of Salt Street, which is located on both sides of it important landmarks in the city and many shops and Cafes, agencies, repair shops, money exchange and antique shops, and the eastern bazaars that are frequented by foreign tourists that reflect the culture, country, and history of the country.
Among the monuments there are the Roman Amphitheater (Amman), the Roman History Museum, the Hashemite Square, and the National Library of Amman.
The high mountains of Amman surround this narrow area such as Jabal Al Qusour, Jabal Al Joufah, Jabal Al Taj, Jabal Al Nuzha, Jabal Al Nasr, Jabal Al Nazif, Jabal Al Akhdar, Jabal Al Wabida, Jabal Al Hussein.
Old downtown markets
Sugar market, Bukhariya market, Al-Bulbasah market, Friday market, Grain market, Halal market, Al-Sagha market.
Among the most known and important places and very popular with the locals and tourists are Hashem Restaurant, Habiba Sweets.
Amman (Downtown )in 1970s.
breakfast in Hashem resturant
nights in Amman
Amman (Arabic Medicine stalls)
Amman in winter
Ras Al Ain
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