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  1. Amman - Wikipedia › wiki › عمان

    Amman, and Jordan in general, is the Middle East's hub for medical tourism. Jordan receives the most medical tourists in the region and the fifth highest in the world. Amman receives 250,000 foreign patients a year and over $1 billion annually. Business. Amman is introducing itself as a business hub.

    • 7250 BC
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  2. Category:Amman - Wikimedia Commons › wiki › Category:Amman

    Apr 20, 2019 · Quality images of Amman‎ (13 F) B ... People of Amman‎ (11 C, 33 F) ... In Wikipedia. Acèh;

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    • Amman Governorate, Jordan
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  4. Talk:Amman - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:Amman
    • Amman Article Reshaped
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    • Refounding of Amman - Two Sources
    • It Is A Tourist Destination.

    What do you think about all the edits I have made? --Makeandtoss (talk) 00:32, 5 August 2015 (UTC) 1. A few things: firstly, a minor point - the 'notable people' section is completely unnecessary in my opinion and should probably be removed. As for the content, I can already see a problematic copyvio in the etymology section: 1. The sources says: Th ancient Semetic name of Amman was first changed to Philadelphia , Greek for brotherly love, by Ptolemy the Second, who reigned from 283 to 246 B.C. and occupied and rebuilt the city. He was supposedly given the nickname of Philadelphus, so it was named Phildelphia after him. 2. I'm not sure how much (or if) some of the other content has been copy-pasted, but I would advise you to clean up the sections where you did not bother paraphrasing. Also, the 'districts' sub-section should be moved from demographics into the local government section and be expounded upon if possible. I notice that you did do a lot of good work in improving the his...

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    GA review (see here for what the criteria are, and herefor what they are not)
    It is reasonably well written.
    It is factually accurate and verifiable.
    It is broad in its coverage.
    It follows the neutral point of view policy.
    It is stable.
    I've merged the section "Abbasid to Ottoman period" to the neighboring sections. The section was unnecessary, redundant and awfully (but unsurprisingly) short. It was essentially a 2-sentence secti...
    Any tour guides still being used for the History section should be removed or replaced by now. Their reliability or credibility is dubious when it comes to historical matters and it is clear there...
    There's no need for all of those quotes within the citations. The information they're citing is not disputed and is not controversial, so the quotes are unnecessary and even distracting. --Al Ameer...

    The comment(s) below were originally left at Talk:Amman/Comments, and are posted here for posterity. Following several discussions in past years, these subpages are now deprecated. The comments may be irrelevant or outdated; if so, please feel free to remove this section. Last edited at 07:36, 15 February 2007 (UTC).Substituted at 07:37, 29 April 2016 (UTC)

    The populations figure given here (in the infobox and the lede) for the city of Amman are suspiciously close (a few hundred people out of four million) to the population figures for the governorate of Amman. On the other hand, in the article for the country of Jordan, the city of Amman is given a population of 1.1 million. Something is wrong here. Can someone who is familiar with the material/sources figure this out and fix it? LacrimosaDiesIlla (talk) 15:30, 20 September 2017 (UTC) 1. Indeed I have previously thought about this.. In Jordanian media and mayoral statements, when they refer to Amman, they treat Amman as a city the size of a governorate. Its very very confusing, and its been a such a common practice that I am completely connvinced with that notion. The lack of sources diffrrentiating and explaining has worsened the issue. --Makeandtoss (talk) 21:16, 20 September 2017 (UTC) 1.1. Okay, well, this source (which is the one given for the figures on largest cities on the pag...

    This article reads in many places more like a tourist advertisement for Amman rather than an accurate article. For example, increasingly talking about how 'westernised' the city is (by what measure?) and its culinary scene as somehow outstanding? There is a massive degree of bias here which is very unhelpful — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:19, 22 October 2019 (UTC)

    Two excellent sources on the re-founding of Amman 1. Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky, November 2017 , pp. 605-623, CIRCASSIAN REFUGEES AND THE MAKING OF AMMAN, 1878–1914, DOI: 2. ROGAN, Eugene L. The Making of a Capital: Amman, 1918-1928 In: Amman: Ville et société [online]. Beyrouth: Presses de l’Ifpo, 1996, ISBN: 9782351594650. DOI: Onceinawhile (talk) 06:35, 15 April 2020 (UTC)

    Can someone expand this sentence? I tried to check the source but I don't access to it. So however does can they say something like 'it's a major tourist hub' or just any descriptor instead of this dry, weird proclamation. Julia Domna Ba'al (talk) 10:14, 11 August 2020 (UTC)

  5. Kateri Amman - Wikipedia › wiki › Kateri_Amman

    Kateri Amman, also spelt as Katerie, is a hindu folk goddess who is worshipped for the removal of diseases.The fact is that she heals those who go to her as well as grants children to those devotees who love her like a mother.

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  6. Mariamman - Wikipedia › wiki › Mariamman

    Mariamman's worship probably originated in pre-Vedic India. She is the main Tamil mother goddess, predominant in the rural areas of Tamil Nadu.Māri was associated with Hindu goddesses like Parvati, Kali and Durga as well as with her North Indian counterpart Shitala Devi and Eastern Indian counterpart Olai Chandi and western indian counter part of Mogal mata.

  7. Pottu Amman (Tamil militant) - Wikipedia › wiki › Pottu_Amman_(Tamil_militant)

    Pottu Amman was in charge of the National Intelligence Division as well as being in overall charge of TOSIS. [5] [11] He was later in charge of the LTTE's Chiruththaigal (leopard) commando division. [1] [6] In 1997 he was appointed military commander of Jaffna peninsula .

  8. Amman - Wikitravel › en › Special:Search

    Amman forms a great base for exploring not just Jordan, but the wider region as well and does, despite popular belief, offer much that is of interest to the traveller. The city is generally reasonably well-organized, enjoys great weather for much of the year and the people are very friendly.

  9. Circassians - Wikipedia › wiki › Circassians

    The Circassians refer to themselves as Adyghe (also transliterated as Adyga, Adiga, Adige, Adığe, Adyge, Adygei, Adyghe, Attéghéi).The name is believed to derive from atté "height" to signify a mountaineer or a highlander, and ghéi "sea", signifying "a people dwelling and inhabiting a mountainous country near the sea coast", or "between two seas".

  10. hussein of jordan wikipedia - Yahoo Search Results › tablet › s

    Hussein was born in Amman on 14 November 1935 to Crown Prince Talal and Princess Zein Al-Sharaf.Hussein was the eldest among his siblings, three brothers and two sisters – Princess Asma, Prince Muhammad, Prince Hassan, Prince Muhsin, and Princess Basma.

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