[Aqaba Castle] Located behind the Aqaba Seaside Square in Jordan, it is a fortress built by the Sultan in 1587, with a history of more than 400 years. After years of baptism, the castle is a bit dilapidated; the incomplete royal emblem tells of its former glory... Next to the castle, there is Emir Sharif Said · Hussein · Ben · Ali (Arabic: حسین), a participant in the Battle of Aqaba during the First World War (1917). بن علی) monument.
The ancient fort built by the Sultan in 1587 is located on the Red Sea of the Gulf of Aqaba. The castle has a huge Hashim Royal coat of arms and a huge Jordanian flag is also flying on the square. There are only broken walls in some parts of the castle, and the vicissitudes of history are revealed in the mottled.
You can see the traces of the reconstruction, the years have swallowed its body but the vicissitudes of history can not fade.