Queen Rania of Jordan visited Al-Salt city in Balqa Governorate

On July 28, 2019, Queen Rania of Jordan visited Al-Salt city, the capital of Balqa Governorate in Jordan. The Queen met with a group of young Jordanian men and women from Al Salt during a visit to Al Balqa’ governorate, and learned about their work in the local community. The Queen also met manager of a traditional a guesthouse that employs local women. The Queen then walked along Al Khader Street and visited Saint George Church (Kanisa Al Khader), which was built in 1682 and renovated in 2004 by Al Salt’s Christian and Muslim communities.
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse
Queen Rania visited St George Church (Kanisa Al Khader) on Al Khader Street in Al Salt. She wore a white blouse

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  1. She is just shockingly gorgeous!

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    1. I couldn't agree more!
      She's wonderful. A true Queen of her people.
      Anon 9:13

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  2. their traditional dresses are so beautiful!

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  3. Long time no see. Hope she was not ill. Like her blouse and her smile.

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  4. She looks lovely, as always. A real role model for Jordanians.

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