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    Jerash

    Prince William visited “the spectacular Jerash archaeological site, a first century Roman city, and one of Jordan’s greatest tourist attractions” when he was in Jordan in June 2018.

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    Petra

    Shay Mitchell explained, “It was 107°+++ outside” and “It was a tad bit dusty,” but she took in the beauty of Petra by donkey in July 2017.

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    Dead Sea

    Shay Mitchell saw “Salt crystals” when she came to the Dead Sea in July 2017 and said, “Can officially cross this off the bucket list.” She shared a shot of her “moment in the Dead Sea” and added, “I’ve never felt more alive.”

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    Wadi Rum

    Wadi Rum was one of Monique Coleman’s stops during her travels that stretched “30 days, 3 Continents, 8 countries, 17+ cities, spanning over 39,000+ miles” and concluded in the early days of the new year in January 2017.

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    Wadi Araba Crossing

    Monique Coleman documented her “Walking across the border from Israel to Jordan” at Wadi Araba Crossing in January 2017.

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    Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp

    Daniel Dae Kim enjoyed a bottle of Israeli Goldstar beer while doing dinner at Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp in December 2016.

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    Amman Citadel

    Olivia Wilde said she was looking like “a Jordanian local just hanging at the entrance to the Umayyad Palace, in the Citadel above Amman, circa 720 AD (date of palace construction, not woman.” She added, “Amman is a fascinating city . . . Go there.”

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