007- Early Islamic Period
The Mushatta Palace is the largest and most lavish Umayyad palace in Jordan. Built in 743–744 CE, but never fully completed. It consists of a monumental gateway, a reception-hall, living quarters, a mosque, vast brick walls, and at least 23 towers. The original, ornate gate facade is on display in the Pergamum Museum in Berlin, sent as a gift by the Ottomans.
South of Amman, adjacent to the Queen Alia International Airport, at the GPS coordinates: 31.7383°, 36.0100°.