Baladk Festival 2018 brings colour to Amman’s streets

The 6th Baladk Street Art Project was held last week in Amman. From the 5th to the 10th of May, several (street) artists from the Middle East and Europe took over the walls of Amman to paint their impressive murals. Once again, this annual festival contributed to add some colours to the streets of the …

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Bilforon – an App for Home-cooked delicacies delivered to your table

Craving for home-cooked, tasty food but feeling too lazy or being too busy to actually cook is something utterly common! Fortunately, there are apps that can solve this problem. I have tried and used one of them several times, Bilforon (meaning litterally: In the oven). Besides combining home-cooked meals with a digitalized ordering system and (home) …

Terracotta – Unique Jordanian Handmade Pottery – تيراكوتا

"Terracotta" - Latin for Baked Clay - was created to revive Arabic calligraphy in a more modernized version, making each piece of ceramic a creative object and a heaven for the lovers of this beautiful art. I had the chance to interview Ensherah, the manager of Terracotta at their workshop in Amman. This is the …

Other Blogs about Amman/Jordan worth reading

And Far Away - Roba Al-Assi writes since 2004 about life in Amman and Jordan, being Jordanian herself but growing up outside of the Kingdom. BeAmman - a large local blog about Amman - latest artice July 2016 The Cuisine Collective are Aleksandra from Poland and Michael from Ireland living in Amman and posting about their …

Where to go with Kids in Amman and around – the ultimate guide

Newest Update 30 June 2019 This is the ultimate guide to what to do with children in Amman and around. It will be updated as we go! I combined all articles and new discoveries in this post. The newest addition to this post is Galina Art Class and Amman Martys Park. Everything is sorted in alphabetical …