Hercules temple and the citadel of Philadelphia ( today Amman), dommine the low city and Roman Théatre. Its current name is "Djabal Al-Qala". One finds there the ruins of Hercules temple (IIe century), a palate omeyyade, and the archaeological museum d\' Amman, which preserves rollers of the Dead Sea and the oldest statues of the world.
Roman Théatre (IIe century) is a amphitéatre which can contain 6000 people. It is located close to the Forum. This last is bordered of a gantry made up of corithian columns.
The Great prayer of Friday to the accesses of mosque Al-Husseini is the great weekly event in Amman.
It is photographed since coffee Al-Jamaa. The street is cut on this occasion.