Jordan King opens King Abdullah II Park in Amman's Mugabalein
The park is spread across an area of 50ha and will serve 1.2 million residents living in east and south of Amman
HM King Abdullah of Jordan has unveiled the 50ha King Abdullah II Park in Mugabalein area of Amman, with the project set to serve 1.2 million residents residing in the east and south of the kingdom’s capital.
According to The Royal Hashemite Court, during the inauguration ceremony, the king toured around the park’s facilities.
جلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني يفتتح حدائق الملك عبدالله الثاني في منطقة المقابلين #الأردن
His Majesty King Abdullah II inaugurates the King Abdullah II Park in Mugabalein area#Jordan pic.twitter.com/Soc5KGdxJ4— RHC (@RHCJO) November 27, 2019
King Abdullah was also briefed by mayor of Amman, Yousef Shawarbeh, who said that the project was one of the Greater Amman Municipality’s (Gam) largest parks that is family-friendly and cars-free. The design of the park makes it accessible for people with disabilities.
During his visit, King Abdullah was accompanied by the chief of Royal Hashemite Court, Yousef Issawi; adviser to the king for communication and coordination, Bisher Khasawneh; and adviser to to the king for policies and media, Kemal Al Nasser.