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Capital of Jordan, built on a series of hills which contrasts modern skyscrapers with the Roman ruins of the centre. It was converted by Roman General Pompeius into the centre of the province of Arabia and an obligatory passing place on the way to India, and it was later named Philadelphia, meaning Brotherly Love in Greco-Roman times. Some columns from the era remain on top of the hill facing the imposing Roman theatre.
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