Rujm Al-Malfouf

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The ruins of Rujm Al-Malfouf.

Rujm Al-Malfouf is one of a series of watchtowers from the Ammonite kingdom[1] in modern day Amman, Jordan. Its name can be directly translated as the Twisted Stone, which derives from its circular shape. Built in the first half of the first millennium BCE,[1] the watchtower is located on Jabal Amman. Rujm Al-Malfouf is next to the Jordanian Ministry of Antiquities.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Sign at Rujm Al-Malfouf.
  2. ^ "Field Guide to Jordan > Community". Retrieved 2008-04-30.

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Coordinates: 31°57′28″N 35°54′17″E / 31.95778°N 35.90472°E / 31.95778; 35.90472