Amman or Amman is the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as well as being the commercial, industrial and administrative center of the kingdom.
Its population is 4,007 526, with approximately 40 percent of the country's population being one of the most liberal and westernized Arab cities.
Haman's name derives from the name given by the Ammonites to the city Rabbath Ammon. Rabbath meant in Ammonite capital or base of the king, and gradually it was changing only to Amman.
Amman is in an area of valleys and was originally built on seven hills so the mountainous profiles are still very characteristic. It enjoys a semi-arid climate so even in spring the temperature touches 30 C. Summers are usually hot and winter begins When November ends. It is usually cold and it can even snow in some cold wave.