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It is an "old fashoned" apartment at 1st floor in downtown. Nice windows. Warm welcome. Just rimember that if you accept their "warm" offer of a cup of tea, you will be asked to pay it 2 JOD when you leave...
We decided to take a look at the Duke’s Diwan and had a most pleasant experience. While looking around at all the different rooms, we were approached by a very nice man who introduced himself at the Duke of Mukheibeh. A very gracious and kind...More
This place used to be a post office. We stopped by just to check it out as a point of interest. It has stairs that are preserved as part of the original staircase. Inside is a man who is there to take care of the...More
Worth a visit if you’re passing by but otherwise isn’t worth a detour.
It’s the oldest townhouse in Amman. Lastly bought by a rich jordanian businessman who decided to restore it as he saw the history behind it.
It’s free to enter. As long as...More
This building used to be the first hotel of Amman, when Trans-Jordan was established, in 1923. 15 years ago, Mr. Mamdouh Bisharat, known as the Duke of Mukheibeh, bought it and transformed it into an art and cultural centre. If you will visit it, Mr....More
To start, no Duke lived in this building. A rich local bought it and decided to turn it into a museum. It has odd opening hours - sometimes it opens in the mornings; other times at night, depending on staff availability, I was told. When...More