Iraq Al Amir caves image
To the west of Amman at about 27 km situated the significance site of Iraq Al Amir. Besides its interesting landscape, it has several cultural- historical sites. The recent village shed light on the life of the people at outset of 20th century AD, and their traditional handicrafts such as weaving, pottery making and paper production. Travelling in time to the 3th century BC, one can see the cave dwelling of the ruler of Iraq Al-Amir with his Aramaic inscription, carrying his name (Tubia). The caves were of two stores, the lower one for living and the second for storage. Besides that, one cave used to keep the horses.

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