In the eastern Arabian Peninsula, the Al-Ahsa Oasis is a serial property comprising gardens, canals, springs, wells and a drainage lake, as well as historical buildings, urban fabric and archaeological sites. They represent traces of continued human settlement in the Gulf region from the Neolithic. With its 2.5 million date palms, it is the largest oasis in the world.
Which is located in the City of Al-Hofuf and attributed to the governor Ibrahim bin Affisan, the Prince of Al-Ahsa during the reign of Imam Saud Al-Kabeer who inhabited and attributed to the Palace. The religious, in that a Mosque called the Dome Mosque was built inside it, and it is one of the one-domed Mosques that are all over the building.
The Guatha Mosque is located 20 km northeast of the City of Hofuf, 5 km north of the Village of Al Kalabiyya. Its construction dates back to the beginning of Islam, specifically the second year of migration, and those interested in the monuments believe that the ruins of the former Mosque are the Guatha Mosque, but after excavations that were intended to strengthen The foundations of the Mosque Another Mosque, the oldest of which was the Friday prayer ritual, was discovered in the heart of Islam.
Al-Aqeer is the main port of Al-Ahsa on the eastern coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, an archaeological area and a link to Archaeological Sites linked to it and it contains old buildings such as the emirate's center, customs and Mosque, which was built at the beginning of the reign of the king.
Thaj is located about 80 km west of the City of Al-Jubail, and it is today a small Village on the edge of the sabkha, known as Sabkha Thaj. Archaeological research conducted by the Danish mission in 1488 AH and those conducted by the Antiquities and Museums Agency at the Ministry of Education previously indicated at the site during the years 1404-1404 AH to The presence of an integrated City surrounded by a huge external wall built with stones, the effects of which are still visible, with a length of one of its ribs reaching 900 meters. Among the archaeological discoveries are pottery, glass, jewelry, ornaments, and other finds. The City's building era can be traced back to the Greek period known as the Seleucid era, and the history of this era dates back to the early third century BC.
It is an Island located on the Arabian Gulf, one of the following is Qatif, connected to a natural bridge with a width ranging between 10-20 meters and a length of four kilometers. Its area does not exceed four square kilometers, and the historical City of Tarot is located in the heart of the Island, and the Island has discovered important monuments, some dating back to the era of the first dynasties of Mesopotamia (i.e. between 4000 and 5,000 years ago) while others return to different contemporary time periods For the Elamite Persian civilization, the Mohanjdaro civilization on the Indus River and the Umm al-Nar civilization that established the southern region of the Persian Gulf.