Thula[24 photos]

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Description

Yemen (180) Thula
Yemen (180)Thula
15° 34′ 29″ N, 43° 54′ 5″ E

Dating to the Himyarite period, the town of Thula is very well preserved and includes traditional houses and mosques. Archaeological investigation discovered Sabaean period ruins with massive stone architecture beneath the Himyarite. Thula is one of five towns in Yemen on the tentative UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.

See also

Other sites in Yemen

Sana’a

Shibam

Taiz

Wadi Hadhramaut

Yemen

Yemen (014) Sana’a
Yemen (014)Sana’a

Yemen: The Republic of Yemen (ﺍﻟﺠﻤﻬﻮﺭﯾّﺔ اليمنية) in the Arabian Peninsula in Southwest Asia was between 2200 BC and the 6th century AD part of several kingdoms like the Sabaean one. Islamic caliphs began in the 7th century to control the area.… [Read more]