20 July 2021

Al Radam Palace – Tayma

The site dates back the mid first millennium BC. The palace has a rectangular shape covering an area of 34m x 25m with the walls being made of medium sized cut stone more than 2 metres thick and 3.5 metres high. The palace has a pillar in each corner with another in the middle of each wall. An additional stone wall is connected to the external walls, some built in the same direction of the palace and some in the opposite direction. The palace also has a stone well.