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Al Ula’s Rock Art Is Spellbinding And These Photos Are Proof

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From time immemorial, pilgrims and caravans made through way through Al Ula as they crisscrossed Arabia. Many would leave behind rock art and carved inscriptions on the stunningly beautiful landscape of Al Ula.

Several of these have survived untouched for years and they are absolutely stunning.


The best sites to view Al Ula’s rock art is Jabal Ikmah, Al Aqraa and Naqsh Zuhaie.

Here is some equestrianism displayed at Jabal Ikmah

They are best viewed with the help of local tour guides who’ll help you through the varied history of the region—all while you decipher ancient petroglyphs.

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