Yemen

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2008 - Travel - 248 pages
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Yemen is shrugging off its image of being a country with a security issue, to reveal its stunning landscape and fascinating culture ? justifiably worth visiting by professional archaeologists, historians, the business traveller, or those making the most of Yemen's adventure sports, such as hiking and scuba-diving. All will gain thrills treading on ground which is the site of the Sabaean dynasty, the era of the fabled Queen of Sheba. Yemen is undoubtedly the choice of those interested in digging deeper into regional culture.

 

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Contents

Chapter
7
Practical Information
39
PART TWO THE GUIDE
65
The Central Mountains
91
The Southern Mountains
113
Central Desert
139
Glossary
239
Index
245
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Daniel McLaughlin has travelled extensively throughout Yemen. He is interested in human rights and folk literature and is based in Washington DC.

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