Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service

Nov

25

2015

Google Inc. said that, starting from the day it was possible to explore more than 30 historic sites across the Jordan to the default roaming service Street View, in an effort to promote tourism in the light of the tense situation in the Middle East.

On this occasion, Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, who was a guest on the blog “Google Arabic,” said Google Arabia About Wego “It’s a great day for Jordan and Jordanians!”.

Queen of Jordan and added that thanks to Street View, “we can now share our rich history and diverse with anyone who has Internet. There are more than 30 historic sites available to explore the default click of a button, and the world now window overlooking the magnificent kingdom in the heart of the Middle East. ”

Queen Rania pointed to a rich historical monuments Jordan, saying “across time, ancient civilizations left their mark in Jordan and the Middle East. Features of silk which connect regions of the world in trade, and ancient cities such as Petra and Jerash Romania Nabatiyeh, an important religious sites, such as Mount Nebo and the Jordan River Road. ”
Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service
Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service
Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service
Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service
Queen Rania of Jordan promotes tourism with Street View service

Queen explained that Street View service gives a good idea of ​​what can be expected when tourists visit Jordan. “Where can those who wish to visit or who has the curiosity to learn more about the history of our land, to explore the heritage of Jordan’s unique on the Internet.”

It includes historical sites that the user can roam through the default roaming service, both from the city of Petra, the ancient city of Jerash, which is the second most visited sites after Petra.

Users can also go a trip to the lowest point on the earth’s surface, which is the Dead Sea. That Google has posted on her blog on the Arabic channel YouTube video voice Queen Rania Al-Abdullah.

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