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016 02-بيت البسام بعنيزة في عنيزة al-Bassam hous
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"بيت البسام بعنيزة: يقع البيت إلى الغرب من عنيزة القديمة والتي أنشئت عام(630هـ) ، ويمثل البيت فترة من تطور العمارة في محافظة عنيزة ويمتاز انه ذو طراز معماري فريد من نوعه في المنطقة ، اذ يمثل البيت النجدي القديم، ويحتل مساحة تزيد (3500) متر مربع ، ونظراً لتصميمه الرائع و المتنوع فقد اهتمت به الهيئة العامة للسياحة والآثار و صنفته من المباني التراثية المهمة في المنطقة. al-Bassam house: It lies to the west of old Unaizah which dates back to1233 A.D/630A.H. It was built in stages, the first being the northern part. It represents a phase within the development of local architecture in Unaizah governorate .It is characterized by its unique architecture. It represents the old Najed house. It occupies an area exceeding 3500 square meters .Due to it magnificent unique architecture the community of tourist and antique looked after it and classified it as one the of the most important building of traditional architecture in the area. For more information: http://www.scta.gov.sa

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