Yemen is the second-largest Arab nation with a landmass of 527,970 sq km (203,850 sq mi). Coastline extends around 2,000 km (1,200 mi). The fortress, mosques, mausoleum, archeological sites, as well as the striking architecture buildings, are some of the things Yemen is famous for. This is one of the most iconic structures in Yemen. The then country head, Yahya Muhammad Hamidi gave orders for the palace to be constructed as a summer residence in 1930. It was later turned into a museum in 1948. People are always attracted to the Dar-al-Hajar to explore the eye-catching castle, as well as learn about its history. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!