Al-Hajar was inhabited by Thamudites in the third millennium BC, then it got inhabited by the Lihyanites in the ninth century BC. After that in the second century BC the Nabataeans occupied the city of Al-Hajar, and overthrew the state of Bani Lahyan and took the houses of stone as temples and tombs. there a legacy were left behind Every nation has passed through this region such as exceptional historical relics, from the building style to the inscriptions of different languages.
Enjoy distinctive pictures that contain the beautiful memories among the civilizations of the Arabian Peninsula.
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