Rijal Almaa village
Rijal village located in the Assir Region, and is the capital of the Rijal Almaa Province. The village was a natural corridor linking those coming from Yemen and the Levant to Makkah and Madinah which makes it an important regional commercial center. The village consists of about 60 palaces built from natural stone, clay and wood, and the palaces consists of several floors.
Hima Well located between Najran and Wadi Addawasir, and Hima well site was a conduit for caravans trade route in the Arabian Peninsula, and the site ruminants dates back to the ancient prehistoric and historical times, the area is characterized by the proliferation of diverse rock art on the mountain faces, the ancient writings of the southern Arabian Musnad script, which was used by ancient Arab kingdoms southern Arabia.
Zee Ain village
It is one of the ancient villages dating back to the end of the tenth century AH. It is located southwest of Al-Baha. The village was built on top of a mountain and includes 312 houses and mosques constructed of polished stones. The village is one of the most important heritage villages in the Al-Baha region, as it is characterized by its unique urban heritage, its environmental composition and its picturesque view of the farms surrounding it, as well as the presence of a permanent water source and its defensive fortification as it is surrounded by mountain heights on three sides.
Village as it was known in the past or "FAW" according to the local name is located on the old commercial road known as the Najran-Al-Jarha'a Road. The village of Al-Faw was the capital of kingdom of Kinda that had a major role in the Arabian Peninsula for more than five centuries for its being an important commercial center. The site is filled with many monuments, as it embraces a large number of archaeological hills spread throughout the site. in addition to the various cemeteries in their forms, and the writings found in the southern letter of the predicate.