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- The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
- The official website of the government of Jordan provides an enormous amount of valuable information about the country including: History, Government, Tourism, Economy, Geography and Environment and Foreign Affairs.
- The BBC provides a wide range of distinctive programmes and services for everyone, free of commercial interests and political bias. A chronology of key events in the history of Jordan from 1948 to present day.
- The official web site of His Majesty the late King Hussein I
- This site is dedicated to the late King Hussein I of Jordan. It provides a wealth of information on the Hashemite Kingdom.
Islam and the HashemitesThe Hashemites: Introduction
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History of Jordan
- Keys to the Kingdom
- Part of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon official web site, which is dedicated to the late King Hussein I of Jordan. It provides a wealth of information on the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon.
- Al-Mashriq - The Levant
- Al-Mashriq is a repository for cultural multimedia information from the Levant (Al-Mashriq) in general and Lebanon in particular. At the present (March, 1998) it contains over 15 000 ducuments and is still growing. It was started as an initiative by Berthe Chouery and Borre Ludvigsen in 1993. Here it provides a look at some of the most famous historical sites in Jordan.
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