Say Happy New 2010 on Amman’s 1st Cricle tomorrow


Welcome the the new year in the open air.. on Amman’s 1st Circle!

We want to celebrate the new year the Ammani way ;-)

Everyone is welcome. Be creative.

When: Thursday, December 31, 2009 at 11:30pm to Friday, January 1, 2010 at 12:30am

Details on Facebook
(there aren’t really more details :-) We just want to celebrate the new year with fellow citizens)

4 Responses to “Say Happy New 2010 on Amman’s 1st Cricle tomorrow”

  1. Dee Says:

    Amazing idea :D we need some fireworks though, or some zamameer or something.

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