Amman is the capital and most crowded city of Jordan, and the nation's monetary, political and social focus. Arranged in north-focal Jordan, Amman is the authoritative focal point of the Amman Governorate. The city has a populace of 4,007,526 and a land territory of 1,680 square kilometers. Amman is thought to be among the most liberal and westernized Arab urban communities. It is a noteworthy visitor goal in the area, especially among Arab and European voyagers.
The biggest historical center in Jordan is The Jordan Museum. It contains a great part of the significant archeological discoveries in the nation, including a portion of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Neolithic limestone statues of Ain Ghazal, and a duplicate of the Mesha Stele. Different historical centers incorporate the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Jordan Archeological Museum, The Children's Museum Jordan, The Martyrs' Memorial and Museum, the Royal Automobile Museum, the Prophet Mohammad Museum, the Museum of Parliamentary Life, the Jordan Folklore Museum, and exhibition halls at the University of Jordan.
Many events take place in Amman, including Redbull supported occasions, soundclash and soapbox race, the second piece of Jerash Festival, Al-Balad Music Festival, Amman Marathon, Made in Jordan Festival, Amman Book Festival and New Think Festival. The New Think Festival is a yearly end of the week occasion that is a piece of NewThink, a non-benefit activity that intends to motivate youth to consider the world in an inventive way. The celebration is one of the numerous occasions during the time to get youth included.