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Pray for Hope to come to Yemen's old city of Sana'a, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has a distinctive visual character due its unique architectural characteristics, most notably expressed in its multi-storey buildings decorated with geometric patterns.

#3 Society affects many different aspects of life. In Yemen, however, the people have stayed with their traditions. Their fashion has stayed consistent. The only difference in fashion occurs when the temperature changes. Yemeni people where different colors pertaining to the specific season or event.

Yemeni Girl - Only when the magic of stillness is integrated with silence, orginality gets a meaning that amazes us with its limitless beauty

Father, lead the Sabri dressed or less fashionably dressed in Yemen again exchange a garment of mourning for a garment of praise.

In the photo above they wear two different dresses. The dresses are a mix of old and new. The large necklace is called aqd. The cloth worn on both heads is called qarqoosh.

Yemeni street. I love how it's not perfectly straight. The whitewashing of the first floor makes a pleasing contrast to the natural stone. The feet of the buildings flare a little here and there, as if they grew in place rather than being built

Shibam Hadhramaut, Yemen is the earliest example of urban planning based on the principle of vertical construction.

Pray for the generations of Yemen to be clothed in righteousness and joy. - Sana'a by Retlaw Snellac

Sana'a is the capital of Yemen and one of the most fascinating in the Arab world with its unique architecture, bustling souqs, friendly inhabitants and lack of tourists.