Jordan is a small country located in the Middle East with a population of approximately 10 million people. The population is predominantly urban, with approximately 75% of the population living in cities and towns. Jordan is home to a diverse population, including Jordanians of various ethnicities, as well as a significant number of Palestinian, and refugees from neighboring countries. The country has a relatively young population, with a median age of around 25 years. The majority of Jordan's population is Muslim, with a majority being Sunni, although there is also a significant minority of Christians, including Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Greek Catholic communities. The country's rich cultural heritage and religious traditions are evident in its festivals, religious observances, and daily life.