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022 01-فيد في الشنان Feid
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فيد : تقع على بعد 120 كم جنوب شرق حائل, وبها ما يسمى خرائب قصر خراش الذي يعتقد أن يكون موقع مدينة قديمة تعود إلى ما قبل الإسلام وكان طريق الحج " درب زبيدة " يمر بقرية فيد حيث توجد بالقرب منها بقايا بعض البرك والمنشآت المعمارية. ويوجد في فيد ثلاثة عيون مشهورة هي عين النخيل والعين الحارة والعين الباردة، وكلها تعود إلى فترات إسلامية Feid / Ruins of Khrash Palace: Situated 120 kilometers to the southeast of Hail and it is called the ruins of Khrash Palace which is believed to be the site of an ancient city dating back to pre-Islamic times. The Hajj route "Zubaidah Path” passes through the Feid village where there are remains of some ponds and architectural structures. In Feid there are three famous springs which are Ein Alnakheel, Ein Alhar and Ein Albardah that and the famous palmed Al-Ain, hot and cold well, all belonging to the Islamic period. For more information: http://www.scta.gov.sa

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