Churches, Museums and Dolmens in the north
Painted Church in Husn
We had heard that there was a painted church in the village of Husn, near Irbid, that had been painted by a Dutch artist and was worth seeing. So we dutifully added the church to our list of places to visit in the north.
The church itself was closed, and so we asked in the adjoining school and they very kindly let us in to see the paintings. The church is located here.
The university’s museums are open to the public, but they are only open during standard working hours and not at weekends, which makes visiting them a bit tricky but its worth it when you get there.
The Museum of Jordanian Heritage is one of the most informative and best laid out museums in Jordan, even though it looks at little unimpressive from the outside.
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