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Dar al-Hajar (Rock Palace) Yemen

Roasted on a rock apex at the celebrated WadiDhahr Valley, around 15 km far from the capital city of Sana, Yemen, is Dar al-Hajar, also called the Imam’s Rock Palace.

Yemeni street. I love how it's not perfectly straight. The whitewashing of the first floor makes a pleasing contrast to the natural stone. The feet of the buildings flare a little here and there, as if they grew in place rather than being built

Shibam Hadhramaut, Yemen is the earliest example of urban planning based on the principle of vertical construction.

May those who wander these streets of Sana'a find the path to the Savior's home for all eternity.

Sana’a, Yemen. Sana'a is the capital of Yemen. Situated in a mountain valley at an altitude of m, Sana’a has been inhabited for more than years. Its many-storied tower-houses built of rammed earth (pisé) add to the beauty of the city.

@ Socotra Island, Yemen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socotra

Discover the Beauty of Socotra Island. The islands are famed for their diversity of plant species.

Yemeni "skyscrapers"Destination: the World

Yemeni traditional architecture, Dar Al-Hajar II by Saddam Al-Harazi

Buqshan hotel in Khalia - Yemen . I love the colors and it's setting in front of a big dirt mountain

Buqshan hotel in Khaila - Yemen (by Eric Lafforgue). Not sure about the Yemen part but would like to see the hotel.