A Vintage Journey in Jeddah

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Out with the new, in with the old.


Into the time machine, we go. Have you ever wondered what life was like back then? With A Vintage Voyage, we take you back to the good old days.

 

House of Islamic Arts

Islamic art is admired by many around the globe for its display of calligraphy and geometric patterns. The museum is embraced by a collection of paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, and textiles.

Location: Aziziyah Dist.

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Al Tayebat International

The wooden mosque is uniquely designed to tell the story of Saudi culture and heritage. Inside, you are welcomed by the peaceful aura flowing around along with all the ancient relics and pieces from history.

Location: Al-Faisaliyyah Dist.

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Al Balad

Al Balad historic district is a focal point in Jeddah. The stroll through downtown is rich with historical stories as you pass by the ancestral houses, most founded by merchant families, and features the best of Hijazi architecture.

Location: Al Balad Dist.
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Bait Ziryab

At Bait Ziryab all things cultural are enlivened through the traditional Saudi relics and garbs to the interior decors and aromatic delicacies, all offered, served, and lived at Bait Ziryab.

Location: Abu Inabah St., Al-Balad
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Cafe Magad

Cafe Magad holds a plethora of vintage treasures in its cavern. Tourists can enjoy a cup of coffee while learning about the history of Saudi as they sit along the cobblestone streets of Jeddah’s historical AlBalad.

Location: Al Balad Dist.
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