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The entire old neighborhood of Balad offers fantastic examples of Arab architecture dating back to the 1920s and older. Biet Nassif is a superb example of an initiative to preserve historic homes, buildings, and artifacts from the era of King Abdul Azziz.
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I was really excited to visit this place after reading all the reviews. What a disappointment. It's an absolutely beautiful building, don't get me wrong, but it's not open to the public - at least that's what every shopkeeper on the square told us. We...More
Its an ancient private property located in the downtown of "Jeddah City" which is preserved and now listed as "World Heritage Sights". It is worth to see especially for the people who loves the history.
It exhibits the old construction and living style of the...More
This is a very big house, however, the house was not open for public at the time when we visited. There is a famous juice shop in the lane next to the house (towards the right side). The house makes for some good clicks!
This is in an old district, and the most famous building in the area, connected to the formation of Saudi Arabia. The online opening hours information is incorrect as it only opens for diplomats, and for the public occasionally, when exactly is a mystery. If...More
Biet Nassif represents an era historical period if Jeddah. It was built on 1872 and located in the centre of the city. It belongs to Mr. Omar Afandi Nassif one of the most famous families who resident in Jeddah since hundreds of years ago. The...More