Yemenite architecture

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Yemenite architecture is the name of the Architecture style of Yemen from the Pre-Islamic period until the Islamic period. today. Particularly notable in this style is the design of the buildings in which Islam began to spread in this country. This style of architecture is mainly characterized by the construction of mud bricks and residential buildings in the form of tall towers and sometimes even large boulders intertwined between dwellings. in southern Saudi Arabia some of villages close to the border of Yemen are having an architectural style similar to Yemen.

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