This is the refugee camp home to 80,000 people desperate to flee civil war and the terror of Islamic State.
The Al Zaatari camp, located in Jordan near the city of Mafraq, is the size of Bath, housing 80,000 people. Jordan has provided refuge to 600,000 Syrians and Iraqis who have left their homeland in search of a better life, away from conflict and terror.
The refugee camp has become something of its own city. It has its own barbers, a pizza takeaway service, a coffee shop and a wedding boutique.
King Abdullah, speaking to the BBC, said: "The psyche of the Jordanian people, I think it's gotten to boiling point. "It hurt us when it comes to the educational system, our healthcare,' he added. "Sooner or later, I think the dam is going to burst"