The Shoubra Palace was built in 1907, as the first historical
palace in the beautiful city of Taif.
It represents distinctive architectural elements, and is one of
the most important historic features in the city.
It is now a heritage and antiquities museum. The museum has
three sections: The period before Islam, beginning from the Stone
Age to Jahiliya; Islamic heritage; and the Kingdom’s unification.
It contains a large number of important artifacts.
This photograph was taken by Sarah Bawazir as part of the
Colors of Saudi competition.
ThePlace: Saudi Arabia’s Najran, a city marked for its rich
historyThePlace: Saudi Arabia’s AlUla contains Mada’in Saleh,
the Kingdom’s first UNESCO siteThePlace: Jubbat Hail, an old
caravan route through the Nefud DesertThePlace: Al-Khuraybah, the
Lion Tombs in Saudi Arabia’s AlUla
Source: FS – All – Interesting – News
ThePlace: Shoubra Palace, first historical palace in KSA’s highland city of Taif