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Another most interesting place to visit in Amman is the Children’s Museum. It was launched in the year 2007 and it is a member of the Association of Children’s Museum. The museum is designed where kids can also perform practical activities. It contains a number of areas where both young and adults can perform different activities and know about many things such as the functionality of the human body to rainbows and lasers.
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King Abdullah’s Mosque is a major historical religious tourist attraction in Amman. It was built in 1989 by the late king Hussein in the memory of his grandfather. The blue-domed structure has a capacity of up to 3000 worshippers on a single sitting. Its courtyard can hold up to 3000 worshippers at the mosque is a smaller section for women that can accommodate up to five hundred worshippers. The mosque also has a royal enclosure which is generally small sized. The dome capped mosque with an octagonal prayer hall has Quranic inscriptions. Non-Muslim visitors are also allowed into the mosque. The mosque features displays of remains of ancient coins, pottery and stones engravings. Fridays are the best days to visit the mosque especially for first time visitors. When getting into the mosque, women are supposed to cover their heads or hairs. At the entrance, womens’ head scarves are available. Alternatively, women can get abayas at the entrance to cover bare arms or legs.
Jordan National Gallery of fine arts is another interesting site found in Amman. It is small but really an impressive and wonderful place where one can gain an appreciation of contemporary Jordanian pottery, sculpture and painting.
The temporary exhibitions that are found here are of high quality and they serve as a good introduction to those that are new to the world of Islamic art.
The Jordan national gallery of fine arts is housed in two buildings that are separated by a small park that hosts very interesting sculpture.
The first building which is on the Northern side of the park is the one that is smaller and holds temporary exhibitions. The second building which is on the opposite side contains the ticket office, a café on the top floor and the bulk of the collection.
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