The golden palace of Jordan has been a source of intrigue for the royal family for centuries.
For nearly four centuries, King Abdullah has controlled it from his palace in the heart of the capital, Amman.
But this year, the palace will finally be demolished after more than a century of construction.
It was designed by famed Jordanian architect and designer, Hisham al-Din al-Abidine, who was inspired by the majestic Giza pyramids.
This new golden palace is the first of its kind in the world.
The building is made up of three layers, and it looks like something out of a medieval palace.
In addition to the golden dome, there is a massive roof and the famous red granite columns.
Inside, the king is in charge of overseeing the construction of the entire structure.
This is the top view of the Golden Temple, built in the 3rd century BCE, at the end of the 4th century BCE.
Construction began in the early 1930s, and the grand opening was scheduled for October 21, 2018.
The building has undergone a few alterations over the years.
It underwent a massive renovation in 2014 to include the replacement of the old gold roof, and this was done with the help of the international design firm Hishams.
Hishams says the golden palace’s interior is very different from other buildings in Jordan.
The floors are made of gold-plated marble and the walls are carved out of black granite.
The king also has a throne in the center of the building.
This is the crown that he wears during ceremonies.
There is a replica of the Great Mosque of Mecca in the courtyard, which is also made of marble.
The interior is decorated with carved stones and a giant mosaic of images of Muhammad, a famous figure from the Islamic world.
The floor of the interior is made of red limestone, and a huge black mosaic hangs from the ceiling of the courtyard.
While the golden temple is one of the most spectacular pieces of architecture in the region, it has faced challenges during construction.
The original plans called for the entire building to be finished by 2021, but the Jordanian government has delayed that date for a number of reasons.
The construction is estimated to take until 2021.
It’s the first time the building has been completely demolished, and Hishamed says the project has been designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible.
As the government announced its plans to dismantle the building, there was a big outcry from the people of Amman, who saw it as a symbol of corruption.
The demolition was met with fierce criticism, with protesters calling it a plot to destroy the city.