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A picturesque drive from Jerash. The fort is well preserved, clean, aesthetically lit-up, and has information placards placed at regular intervals.
Interesting aspects are the collection of stone cannon balls, the archers’ windows, and the points where boiling oil could be poured over the invaders....More
It is an interesting site even though inside there are not a lot of things to see except of course the structure of the castle and its rooms.
When we visited there were not a lot of visitors ans so we appreciated the visit more.
Really lovely place, it's in a good standing for its age, once you get to the top you can see for tens of kms around you, up to the Dead Sea, I really recommend visiting this place if you come to Jordan.
What fascinates of the castle of Ajloun are surely its majesty, its strong and mighty walls and the spectacular view it gives on the surrounding valleys. The castle was built by one of Saladino's generals (and nephew) between 1184 and 1188 to control the local...More
This site could easily be added to your trip to Jerash. This is a small fort used primarily as a military lookout. You get to tour the castle on your own and there is a small museum inside with descriptions of artifacts. There are also...More