Al Husun is a town in northern Jordan, positioned 65 km north of Amman, and approximately 7 km south of Irbid. It has a populace of 35,1/2. The location has fertile soil which along side the moderate weather permits the growing of excessive excellent plants. Al Husn became recognized for its wine; now its principal merchandise are wheat and olive oil.
Al Husn is registered in Jordanian authorities documents with the spelling 'Al Husun', and it's far the workplace of the Bani Obaid district. Al Husn is one of the possible sites of Dion, a city relationship from when the Romans occupied northern Jordan and the location. The Decapolis cities a 10-metropolis Greco-Roman federation, or league, created below Pompey about 64 to 63 BCE. Al Husn has one of the oldest Orthodox church buildings in Jordan. It changed into firstly built in the 2nd century, but destroyed in 1680 via the Ottoman army. A church changed into later rebuilt in 1886 with the aid of the neighborhood Christians.