Flag of Jordan

Flag of Jordan

Jordan, also known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a country in Western Asia. It shares borders with Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Palestine and Israel. Its official language is Arabic and its capital and largest city is Amman.

The flag of Jordan was adopted in April 1928. The design consists of three equal horizontal bands of black, white and green; with a red triangle on the left hoist side featuring a small white seven-pointed star at its center.

National Anthem of Jordan: السلام الملكي الأردني As-Salām Al-Malakī Al-ʾUrdunī “The Royal Anthem of Jordan”


Capital CityArea (World Ranking)2023 Population (World Ranking)CurrencyFlag Ratio (Decimal)Adopted
Amman89,342 km² / 34,495 mi²
(110th)
11,042,719
(84th)
Jordanian dinar1:2 (2)1928

What Jordan is known as in various languages
al-Urdun – الأردن (Arabic), Chodaen – จอร์แดน (Thai), Chordania (Aragonese), Gioóc-đa-ni, Gióc-đan (Vietnamese), Giordania (Italian), il-Ġordan (Maltese), Hordán (Filipino/Tagalog), Hordanan – Հորդանան (Armenian), Hurdanya (Quechua), Iardaniia – Ярданія (Belarusian), Iok-tàn (Min Nan), Iòrdan (Scots Gaelic), Iordania – იორდანია (Georgian, Mingrelian), Iordanía – Ιορδανία (Greek), Iordania (Romanian), Iordaniya – Иордания (Russian, Kyrgyz), Iorddonen (Welsh), Jardāna – জর্দান (Bengali), Jordaania (Estonian, Võro), Jordan (Croatian, Danish, Faroese, Malay, Norwegian), Jordan – Јордан (Macedonian, Serbian), Jŏrḍan – जॉर्डन (Hindi, Sanskrit), Jordanaya – ජෝර්දානය (Jordan), Jordania (Albanian, Finnish, Interlingua, Latin, Polish, Spanish), Jordánia (Hungarian), Jórdanía – (Icelandic), Jordânia (Portuguese), Jordanië (Afrikaans, Dutch), J·ordanie (Franco-Provençal), Jordanie (French), Jordanien (Alemannic, German, Swedish), Jordānija (Latvian), Jordanija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Jordanio (Esperanto), Jordánsko (Czech, Slovak), Jurutan (Inuktitut), Rjor-ḍana – རྗོར་ཌན། རྗ (Tibetan), Ürdün or İordaniya (Azeri), Ürdün (Turkish), Xordania (Asturian), Xordaña (Leonese), Yarden – ירדן (Hebrew), Yardn – ירדן (Yiddish), Yordania (Acehnese, Indonesian), Yordaniya – Йордания (Bulgarian), Yordaniya – Йорданія (Ukrainian), Yordanya (Central Bikolano), Yoreudan / Yorŭdan – 요르단 (Korean), Yorudan – ヨルダン (Japanese), Yuēdàn – 約旦/约旦 (Chinese), ஜோர்டான் (Tamil)
Formerly Ever Ha’Yarden/Smol Ha’Yarden – שמאל הירדן/עבר הירדן (Hebrew), Mavera-i Ürdün (Turkish), Šarq al-Urdun – شرق الأردن (Arabic), Teuranseu Yoreudan / T’ŭransŭ Yorŭdan – 트란스 요르단 (Korean), Thranschodaen – ทรานส์จอร์แดน (Thai), Toransuyorudan – トランスヨルダン (Japanese), Ṭrānsajŏrḍan – ट्रांसजॉर्डन (Hindi, Sanskrit), Transgiordania (Italian), Transiordania (Romanian), Transiordaniya – Трансиордания (Russian), Transjordan (Danish, English, Malay, Norwegian), Transjordania (Finnish, Polish, Spanish), Transjordânia (Portuguese), Transjordanië (Dutch), Transjordanie (French), Transjordanien (German, Swedish), Transjordanija – Трансјорданија (Macedonian), Transjordánsko (Czech), Transyordania (Indonesian), Transyordaniya – Трансйорданія (Ukrainian), Transzjordánia (Hungarian), Wàiyuēdàn – 外约旦 (Mandarin Chinese), Yperiordanía – Υπεριορδανία (Greek)

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