The oasis city of Ha'il has a rich history as a cross-roads and centre of trade for Assyrian, Babylonian and Levantine cultures, and today it’s still a popular destination. Its surrounding countryside is full of relics – stone circles, ancient tools and rock art.
The city itself is capital of the Ha'il province, and has a strong agricultural connection thanks to its water-rich location.
Head 100 km northwest to explore the ancient rock art at Jubbah, where there are 7,000-year-old carvings showing humans, dogs and long-horned buffalo. You can buy permits to visit the site from the Ha'il Museum.
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