Najran is the land of agriculture, palms, monuments and historical sites, and the most well-known sites are Al-Okhdood. Najran is located in the southwest of Saudi Arabia on the Yemeni-Saudi border.
The nature and heritage of Najran
The nature and heritage of Najran is reflected in its mountains full of archaeological sites and reliefs. Various drawings, which are covered with green cover after the rains, enjoy its spectacular scenery, its plains, mountains and deserts, which boast many wild grasses, trees of talha, Sidr and Samar.
The Najran region is also known for its heritage houses, palaces, and fortifications, which are still tall as one of the historical and touristic elements in the region.
Monuments in Najran
Najran contains a number of archaeological monuments, including Al-Okhdood, which is the city historically known as Arqat, which dates back to the Himyarite Kingdom, as well as Al-Makrami Palace, King Saud Cave, Al-Munajim Village, Palace of the Emirate, King Abdulaziz Park, Prince Sultan Reserve, and Qaran Sabt, Wadi Al-Hamum, Najran Fort and others.
Mud houses in Najran
Mud palaces in Najran
The beauty of homes in Najran
The beauty of Najran and its heritage
The nature of Najran
A palace of architecture in Najran
Nagrana palaces for the old