The Umayyad Palace gives visitors a glimpse into life during the Umayyad period in what is now Jordan. While largely restored, the palace is a popular photo spot, as both inside and out offer spectacular images.
When visiting Mount Nebo, the scenery is spectacular. You'll see panoramic views of the area as well as the valley of the River Jordan to the north.
Visitors flock to the citadel to see the glorious hand that is believed to be the hand of a large Roman statue of Hercules. This hand is all that remains of the statue and is a symbol of the Roman hero's strength. Other remains of the temple include two complete pillars along with the ruins of four other pillars.