A collection of vintage furniture found in Jordan in 2015.
The Jordan family owned and operated a collection of country living rooms, including the Country Living Rooms at Jordan National Park.
In the early 1900s, they added a large living room that included a fireplace.
It is said that this room was used by the Jordanian Emperor as his palace and home.
The furniture in this collection was made by Jordanian and American designers and collectors.
When the Jordanian Emperor died in 1958, the country became the first country to become a fully self-sufficient nation, and this room served as his residence until his death in 1981.
This room was renovated to incorporate the King’s private quarters and was later purchased by Jordan International Hotel.
When he died in 1982, the King purchased the room, which now houses the hotel.
The room is now used by both the King and the Queen.
In 2016, the hotel also added a guest house.
The King is a member of the Royal family and has held the title of Prince for almost half of his life.
He was also the only monarch to hold the title for over four decades.
The king was a great man who has contributed a great deal to the country he ruled and the world he lives in.
It has been a privilege to have served him with great love and respect.