It has a prehistoric cultural heritage. As some say Yemen’s civilization reflected in its architecture, and one of the most beautiful Yemeni cities that support the validity of this statement is its capital Sanaa, where the architecture in this city dates back to its origins. Approximately a kilometer north-west of this historical city there is a historical building that is forced to rise 14 and a distance of seven floors to raise the head of the beholder to the highest point in it before drawing attention to the genius of design in its different facets and its remarkable harmony with the natural composition of the rock on which the house (stone house). It was built in the late 18th century when the king of Yemen at the time ordered Mansour ibn Ali to build a palace in the dhow to be his summer palace. 1736 – 1798 Abbas, the historian, says that this palace was built on the ruins of an ancient Sebaian palace known as the Citadel.
There are still traces and inscriptions found to date indicate the palace 3000 built by the old donkeys, and was restored at the beginning of the twentieth century by Imam Yahya Hamid al-Din after being inherited by a number of Yemeni kings. Today it is a tourist landmark for th.ousands of people around the world, the building we chose to be a motto for a welcoming restaurant