Amman City Center.
The large poster to the right is commemorating the Jordanian pilot, Muath Safi Yousef al-Kasasbeh, who was captured by the Islamic State and brutally murdered.
Just beside the street above is the Roman theatre — the largest theatre in Jordan — with room for 6,000 spectators. Thought to have been built between 138 and 161 AD by the Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.
Above the Roman Theatre are tree three large posters of King Abdullah, his father King Hussein and his son, Crown Prince Hussein.