Information for Travelers
The Republic of Yemen is a state in the Middle East, in the south of the Arabian Peninsula.
It is a very impressive fact that the southwestern part of Asia and the northeastern part of Africa are considered to be the oldest parts of the world.
In Yemen, you can explore different ancient tombs, which date back to the Paleolithic period.
These lands were inhabited by ancient civilizations and cultures before about 40,000 years ago.
The island of Socotra is also a popular destination for visitors and also known for being home to other native tree patches - the bottle trees.
They thrive in rocky regions, where you will be amazed by the huge forests with bottle trees.
Its typical appearance is easily noticeable and also attracts visitors to witness the wonders of God.
Al-Saleh Mosque is located in Yemen's capital, Sanaa.
The truly captivating historical and cultural place is very attractive to visitors.
In western Yemen, in the Al-Mahwit region of Sanaa, hundreds of ancient tombs have been discovered.
These tombs are mostly some of the oldest historical landmarks to add to your visiting list and they are all located in close proximity to Sanaa.
Due to the civil war and its continuing political and social turmoil, the state of Yemen no longer exists as a cohesive and sovereign entity.
Read about Yemen in Wikipedia