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Gargour house

Dec 12,2012 | 14:29
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Located near the First Circle, Jabal Amman, a neighbourhood known for its many old houses, the Gargour house was one of the first in the area, having been built in 1954. The story of the house begins with Hanna Gargour who travelled frequently between Jaffa and Amman in the 1940s, trading in rice, sugar and automobiles, according to his son By Muath Freij

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