Yemen, in long form the Republic of Yemen, is an Arab country located at the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a land border with Saudi Arabia to the north and Oman to the northeast, and a maritime border with Djibouti and Eritrea to the west and Somalia to the south. Many monuments like ancient fortresses and castles that you can find here. Some buildings have architecture and a mixture of interiors between the cultures of the Middle East and the West, as well as old buildings located in tourist sites in Turkey. Not only the beauty of its old buildings, the natural panorama of Yemen is also one of the attractions of the tourist attractions of Yemen. Below are some historic tourist attractions in Yemen that you will surely love.
Shaharah is a large mountain village and the seat of the Shaharah district in Yemen. The village is 2,600 meters at the top of Jabal Shaharah Mountain. It is made up of several old stone houses and a cistern. If you visit this mountain village, you will also see a long and old stone bridge which connects the land between them and is separated by a ravine. This place is a tourist place in Yemen, not only historic, but also because of its geographic conditions.
Hababah is a village in west-central Yemen. It is located in the governorate of San’aa. Hababah is surrounded by a strong and famous fortress, difficult to penetrate. In what makes this village becomes “housing” for its citizens. The settlements and fortifications in the arena were built tall and sturdy with solid bricks. At the heart of the accommodation is a pool of water, where rainwater is collected for the daily needs of residents. Since there are no sources of running water in this area, the inhabitants of ancient times depended only on the amount of rainwater collected in this basin. One that is not only functionally constructed, it also has an aesthetic value that can now be saved as a beautiful story.
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Zabid is a city in western Yemen, south of the Arabian Peninsula, on the western coastal plain, about 100 km southeast of al-Hodeida. It takes its name from Wadi Zabid, the valley to the south. Zabid is a former Yemeni colony made up of various ancient buildings where Yemeni citizens live. The buildings here have a cultural mix between Arabs, Africans and Indians. The Zabid colony model is similar to a labyrinth with many complex alleys, such as the former settlements of residents located on tourist sites in Egypt.