5 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Ma’an Palace)
The Central Bank of Jordan issued Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 5 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Ma'an Palace). They are part of the current Jordanian Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Jordan started issuing these 5 Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 2002. They are currently still in circulation.
The building on the orange coloured banknote of 5 Jordanian dinars is Ma’an Palace. It doesn’t look like a palace because it used to be a railway building at Ma’an station at first, until King Abdullah I bin Hussein of Jordan used it when the first government was being formed in the new Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. After this the modest building became known as Ma’an Palace and King Abdullah I Palace, in the town of Ma’an. The portrait on the five dinars banknote is that of King Abdullah bin Hussein.
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