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Jordan Visitor's Guide

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The black Bedouin tents are made from goat's hair and are woven by the Bedouin women on handmade looms in strips of up to 40m long. During the dry summer the fabric appears to have many gaps and holes, which actually allow the air to circulate and keep the tents cool. During the winter months, when the fabric becomes wet, it shrinks and the holes close up, making the tents warm and watertight.

Petra is sometimes called the ‘Lost City’. In spite of its being such an important city in antiquity, after the 14th century AD, Petra was completely lost to the western world. It was rediscovered in 1812 by the Swiss traveller, Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, who tricked his way into the fiercely guarded site by pretending to be an Arab from India wishing to make a sacrifice at the tomb of the Prophet Aaron.

The famous 'Hebron Glass', named after the West Bank city, was originally made from sand but has become environmentally-friendly and is now made from recycled glass. Hebron Glassware comes in simple shapes and the brilliant jewel colours of cobalt blue, bottle green, turquoise, amber and rose.