Hajjah impresses with its unusual location on and in between numerous mountain peaks. The citadel thrones on the highest elevation, whereas completely preserved Imams palace were built further down the slope. The surrounding area of the provinces capital city belongs to mountainous
Yemen’s most impressive landscapes – a winding road provides visitors with access to this region, which up to a few decades ago was very difficult to reach.
Sabaian inscripted stones in gateways and houses point to a wealthy town history. The town wall of the province capital city is made of clay bricks and is still near to complete. It surrounds the whole of the old core in which you are also able to visit the old Souq.