10 Days in the Blessed Lands of Yemen (A personal account by Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari on his trip to Yemen) http://daruliftaa.com/Docs/Blessed_Lands_of_Yemon.htm partial view of the historic thick wall that surrounds old San'a. typical shop in old city San'a selling antiques and ornaments. The central courtyard of the Great Mosque in San'a, with worshippers studying in groups. A view from a distance of old San'a, with the city being behind the thick wall. The famous gate called Bab al-Yemen, through which one enters the old city of San'a. Houses, buildings and roads in old San'a. The place of al-Qullays where Abraha built his cathedral. Between the two pillars where the original Great Mosque of San'a was built The place of the garden in Dharawan where the Punishment of Allah Most High descended. Rock Palace (Dar al-Hajar) just outside San'a. Beautiful scenery of rocks, mountains and houses in and around San'a. Sea of sand and the camels on our way to Hadramawt. A view of Dar al-Mustafa in Tarim from a distance. The entrance to the Masjid of Imam al-Haddad in Tarim. Zanbal graveyard in Tarim. The house of Shaykh Habib Ali al-Jifri. Some of the mud-houses in Tarim. Beautiful scenery of the houses and lands in Hadramawt. A garden full of date palms in Hadramawt. The grave of Sayyiduna Hud (peace be upon him) on the Mountain, painted white, with our blue van and driver at the bottom of the picture.