Formerly known as Hegra it is the largest conserved site of the civilization of the Nabataeans south of Petra in Jordan. It features well-preserved monumental tombs with decorated facades dating from the 1st century BC to the 1st century AD. The site also features some 50 inscriptions of the pre-Nabataean period and some cave drawings.
Historic Jeddah is situated on the eastern shore of the Red Sea. From the 7th century AD it was established as a major port for Indian Ocean trade routes, channelling goods to Mecca. It was also the gateway for Muslim pilgrims to Mecca who arrived by sea. These twin roles saw the city develop into a thriving multicultural center, characterized by a distinctive architectural tradition, including tower houses built in the late 19th century by the city’s mercantile elites, and combining Red Sea coastal coral building traditions with influences and crafts from along the trade routes.
Al Samlaqi Dam
It is one of the historical dams in the Al-Taif Governorate, west of Saudi Arabia. It is located approximately 25 km in Jafin Valley in Thamalah, which is located southeast of Al-Taif.
It is the largest Arab market before Islam era, which was held for literary, commercial, political and social purposes and is located outside the City of Al-Taif in the northeastern side on the Riyadh Road.
Shubra Palace was built in 1425 AH and comes at the forefront of historical Palaces in Al-Taif and represents a distinctive architectural element and is one of the important historical monuments in Al-Taif and has been converted into a Museum of antiquities and heritage.
Al-Hada and Al-Shifa centers continue to harvest the roses, which was famous for its cultivation for a long time, so it got named associated with it and became known as the Al-Taif roses. factories were established to produce water and perfume and market it locally and outside the Kingdom.
The historical City of Al-Ula is located between Madinah and Tabuk, and the ancient Al-Ula was called (Dedan), which is one of the largest and most important ancient civilized areas due to its occurrence on the main road of trade. , Traces of springs, remnants of Castles and dams.
It is a volcanic plateau that provides the view of the entire city of Al-Ula and its archeological sites. It has been eroded by erosion, and only a small part of it remains on the backs of the mountains.
It is within the cities of Saleh, inhabited by the Thamudites, then the Nabataeans, and a group of different walls separated from clay or stone and their foundations were all found in clay, in addition to abundant numbers of finds representing different pots, beads, and stone basins for watering sheep or birds with water, incense burners, lanes, glass, and small clay figurines ( Dolls) of human and animal shapes, as well as finds of ivory, wood, or minerals such as coins and pottery of various kinds.
It is located in the center of the old City of Jeddah, and this house was built at the end of the thirteenth century AH, meaning around 1289 AH by Omar Effendi Nassif.
Al-Rahma Mosque was built in 1985 on the edge of Jeddah’s Corniche in Saudi Arabia. The mosque is a combination of modern and old architecture and Islamic art. It is built with state-of-the-art technology, equipment, and sound and lighting systems.
Al Shu'aiba Seaport
It is located 50 km south of Jeddah and Al-Kalbi states that Shuaiba was the main port of the Arabian Peninsula prior to the Islamic era and it is believed that Caliph Uthman (may God be pleased with him) established the current port of Jeddah to receive the pilgrims' caravans in 26 AH 616AD.
It is located in the northwestern part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and is bordered to the north and northwest by the Tabuk region and the Red Sea and to the south by Makkah Al Mukarramah region and to the east and northeast by the Qassim region and the region of Hail which is a fertile oasis surrounded by Mountains and liberties that consist of volcanic, metamorphic or granite rocks penetrated by a group of The Valleys: This region belongs in its structure and geological history to the Hijaz Mountain range.
Othman bin Affans' Well
The city of Madina in Saudi Arabia is known for housing several water wells that are connected to the Prophet’s journeys. Among them is the Uthman ibn Affan well, known as the well of Rummat, which flows with water for the past 1,400 years. Near the well there is a mosque and large farm housing palm trees, and a number of plants and flowers that benefit from it.
Rocky mountain, dominated by a red dye, and a dark green and some black. One of the largest mountains in Madinah. It was named Uhud, for its unification and being cut from other mountains. There are 70 graves of martyrs in the mountain who died in the battle of Uhud.
Quba is the place on the outskirts of Madinah where the Prophet, accompanied by Abu Bakr arrived and first stayed after emigrating from Makkah. They arrived on Monday 12th Rab’i al-Awwal, fourteen years after Prophethood and this date marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar (Hijra), (16th July 622 CE). A masjid was established here by the Prophet , the first to be built in Islam.
Makkah Al Mukarama
Includes the most important and greatest exploits of the entire Islamic nation (the Noble Sanctuary, the Holy Kaaba and the Holy Places)