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High lands The Central Highlands make up the hilly to mountainous region of the country, which ranges from 600 to 1600 meters in elevation, and provides the majority of Jordan’s arable land. It is the region that receives by far the most rainfall at an average of 582 mm per year. The capital city of Amman is located in this region, and average temperatures in Amman range from around 8 degrees C. in January, to 25 degrees C. in July. The central highlands produce fruits, vegetables and cereal grains
 
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