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Al-Rajajil

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Al-Rajajil

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Sakakah Al Jawf, Sakaka Saudi Arabia
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tacomaboywa wrote a review Feb 2019
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia115 contributions8 helpful votes
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The site is completely fenced and not open to the public yet. However, you can still see the stones from the fence.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Waleed_G88 wrote a review Jun 2018
Sakaka, Saudi Arabia3 contributions
I have been there, This is very old place. they just look like 3 or 4 humans if you look to them from a distance!!
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Delfin Ramos Federico, Jr wrote a review Sep 2017
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia668 contributions50 helpful votes
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The place of Al Rajajil Columns are easily traceable via Google Maps. The road that leads to that place has a good road, so even small cars can access the archeological site. Do not expect too much because the place is barricaded with wires and the gate was locked. I still do not know if the open during viewing hours because nothing is posted on the vicinity.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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craig n wrote a review Sep 2015
Auckland, New Zealand262 contributions115 helpful votes
Al Rajajil is very hard to find without explicit instructions or a GPS point, plus new roadworks off the highway can screw you up as not well signposted( a common problem - building an official building at a big cost seems to take priority over basic signs). The gate is locked but there is accommonly used hole in the fence 50 meters to the left. The site is great with a number of different circles of tall stones in an east west direction in smaller groups. The real purpose from older generations is not clear.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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