We are in Amman, the capital of Jordan and we are heading to the old center.
During our tour we meet men in traditional Arab clothing consisting of thawb an ankle-length garment, usually with long sleeves, similar to a robe, kaftan or tunic and Keffiyeh, a large scarf that protects the head from the sun.
Along the way we meet small shops that sell everything from traditional clothes to copper pots. We also see old buses, cars and as we approach the center the scenery changes and a plethora of clothing styles unfolds in front of us. Men dressed in suits, some wearing scarves over their head, others not, ladies in suit pass us by, men and women in traditional costumes crossing the road between moving cars, some of them luxurious.
We are now on King Faisal Street at the small square of the same name with a Corinthian-style column. The tour continues through the crowded streets of the center and the film closes with a minaret from the al-Hussein (King Hussein) mosque.