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By: Briana Thomas, period 3

Bri Thompson

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Jordan

By: Briana Thomas, 3rd period Capital: Amman
Government type:
constitutional monarchy
current leader:
King Abdallah Hussein II Jordan Land area:
89,342 sq. miles
% of arable land:
Highest point of elevation:
1,854m Jabal umm ad Dami
Lowest point of elevation:
Dead Sea

Political Map Physical Map Population Country population:
6,269,285 people
Population density:
70.17 p. per sq. mile
Life expectany at birth:
79.85 years
Infant Mortality Rate:
17 deaths/ 1,000 lives
Literacy Percent:
Unemployment percent:
Percent below poverty line:

Groups Two largest ethnic groups:
Arab 98%, Circassian 1%, Armenian 1%
Two Largest Religious groups:
Sunni Muslim 92%, Christian 6%
Maps of Jordan Geography Facts Imports/exports
Top three exports:
clothing, fertilizers, potash
Top three imports:
crude oil, machinery, transport equipment $ Money Country's currency:
Jordanian dinar
Exchange rate for U.S. dollars:
$1= .71 jordanian dinar
Exchange rate for Egyptian pounds:
1 Egyptian pound= .13 jordanian dinar Electronics # of mobile phones:
5.9 million
# of TV stations:
4 Current News Events The Jordan Tourism Board North America will hold the annual Jordan
Travel Mart (JTM) at the Dead Sea February 21-23, 2010. In just two short, years, JTM has become one of the most effective and effient opportunities to learn about the wonders Jordan has to offer.

An ammonite statue has been discovered near the Roman Theatre in Amman on April 20, 2010. It provides a rare insight into the ancient culture.
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