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045-قصر الحمرا في تيماء Qasr al Hamra
Saudi Arabia

قصر الحمراء: يقع في الجهة الشمالية من تيماء وبعد من أهم المواقع بل انه الموقع الوحيد الذي نستطيع أن نتبين تاريخه بشكل جيد بعد أن تم الكشف عنه بالكامل و قد اتضح أن القصر مشيد من الحجارة وأنه ينقسم إلى ثلاثة أقسام أحدها استخدم للعبادة، والآخران لخدمة سكان القصر ويعود تاريخ إلى منصف القرن السادس ق.م. Qasr al Hamra: It is situated at the northern side of Tayma and is one of the important sites which was precisely dated after the complete exposure of the Qasr. The palace was built with stones and was divided into three sections, one was used as a temple and the others to serve the residents of the palace. It was built in the middle of 6th. Century BC.

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