The Dhee Ayn village was built atop a white stone mountain, and includes a number of small houses and mosques. The houses  have anywhere from two to seven floors. Locals used rocks carried by camels or on human backs from nearby mountain slopes to construct the homes. Roofs were made of Juniper trees brought  in from nearby forests. Porches were decorated with quartz stone and arranged in closely aligned triangles.  The village also has a number of fortresses used to defend and protect the village from raids or monitoring purposes.

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