Abha Abha

About :

Dhi Ain is an archaeological village located in Tihama, western Saudi Arabia, about 20 km from Al-Makhwah Governorate and 24 km from Al-Baha. It was founded in the tenth century AH and is more than 400 years old. The village was built on top of a white mountain and is famous for the cultivation of bananas, lemons, peppers, basil and caddy, and handicrafts. The village includes many houses, consisting of two to four floors, a small mosque, and many forts used to defend the village and watch. The village is also among ten sites approved by the Saudi government in November 2014 to request UNESCO inclusion on the World Heritage List

Activities in THEE AIN VILLAGE

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