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“Tabuk” region dresses in white

The snow has covered Tabuk, northwestern region Saudi Arabia, created a wonderful scene of the desert, which made foreign media pay attention to it, to talk about this magnificent view.

One of the famous American media commented that a strong storm was able to turn parts of the Saudi desert into a charming winter landscape. They also clarified that Tabuk region is one of the coldest regions in Saudi Arabia.

And there was a video that spread lately, monitoring Tabuk and the snow that completely covered it magically. After this video Saudis began to go to see this area after the change; to enjoy the view and the winter weather, as snowfall is a rare phenomenon in the Kingdom in general.

This snow invited citizens to flock to the area and practice skiing in Tabuk, as well as other activities.

Among these activities are: “setting up tents, preparing some hot drinks, such as tea and Arabic coffee, and preparing the foods for which the region is famous.”

Snow has drawn a picture by natural paintings in Tabuk, which encouraged visitors from inside or outside Saudi Arabia to visit this area, in addition to school holidays, which helped the students to flock and enjoy the charming scenery.

Below we will show some of Tabuk Monuments:


1- Tabuk Castel:

This castle was built during the era of Sultan Al-Qanuni in 967 AH. The castle was believed that the castle was built about 3500       BC, and has been rebuilt several times. As for the castle from the inside, there is a courtyard with a well and bedrooms on the south and north side, and there is an open mosque on the first and second floors.

2- Great Mosque of Touba:

It is also called “The mosque of the Messenger”, because Muhammad the messenger of god performed the prayers in this mosque during the invasion of Tabuk.

The mosque was renewed more than once, and the new construction came similar to the design of the Prophet’s Mosque, in Medina.

3- Ain Sukkrah:

 

It is the oldest spring in Tabuk, and it was the only source of watering agriculture in the region, as it is located in the southwestern side of Tabuk Castle.

It was said that during the invasion of Tabuk, Muhammad the messenger of god camped more than ten days near the spring and drank from its water.