The ancient city of Okhdood (Groove)

The Okhdood archaeological site is one of the most important monuments and historical sites in Saudi Arabia. It is a castle built of stones and surrounded by a 235-meter long wall that features a gate on its west side. The City of Okhdood is among the richest ancient sites in the Arabian Peninsula and the most important cultural tourism and historical landmark in Najran, due to the presence of carvings and inscriptions on the stone faces that date back more than 1,750 years ago.

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