Why did the snow of Saudi Arabia come in the discussion? Still potable water in 3000 year old well, Saudi Arabia’s Hima now in UNESCO World Heritage list

Why did the snow of Saudi Arabia come in the discussion? Still potable water in 3000 year old well, Saudi Arabia’s Hima now in UNESCO World Heritage list

  Saudi Arabia's Hima now in UNESCO World Heritage list

The Hima region of Saudi Arabia is included in the World Heritage List. photo – UNESCO&nbsp

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  • The Hima region of Saudi Arabia has been included in the list of World Heritage
  • Inscriptions have been written in ancient languages ​​and symbols have been made.
  • It is believed that now a large number of tourists from all over the world will come here.

The Hima of Saudi Arabia is in the headlines. In fact, UNESCO has included the ancient symbols and inscriptions carved on the stones here in the World Heritage List. Hima is the sixth place in Saudi Arabia to be included in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage. The country’s Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan has said that ‘Saudi Arabia has a rich global heritage of human civilization. The efforts made to bring this place to the world have now been successful.

The main route of trade and Hajj pilgrimage has been
The Hima, located in the western Najran region, has been an important route for trade and Hajj pilgrimage. This route has been used by the people of the southern region of Saudi Arabia and Mesopotamia, the Levant and Egypt. Caravans and convoys of people used to stay in this area during the journey. During this time people made artefacts on these stones of the Hima region, engraved pictures of wildlife, plants, weapons and tools. Ancient forms of ancient Arab script Musnad, Thamudic, Nabataean and Arabic script are found on the stones.

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(Photo: Saudi Arabia Heritage Commission)

There is still potable water in the well which is 3000 years old
The wells found here are said to have been a major source of pure drinking water for the people of the Najran region. These wells are 3,000 years old, in these wells potable water is still available today. Dr Jasser Al-Harbish, Chief Executive Officer of the Heritage Commission, said, “We are thrilled to have the Hima region included in the World Heritage List. This area is of global importance, it provides us important information about the life and culture of ancient times.

(Photo: Saudi Arabia Heritage Commission)

Tourists expected to come from all over the world
“We are taking steps to preserve the area. We are also doing research work to find out more about the messages written on the stones. The official said that after Hima is now included in the list of world heritage, tourists from all over the world are expected to come here. Saudi Arabia is paying special attention to the protection and development of its heritage. The ‘Kingdom Vision 2030’ has a special emphasis on the protection of the country’s cultural heritage and heritage.


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