Camels sculpture discovered 2000 years old in Saudi Arabia
Sculptures of camels of natural size, some of which date back to 2000 years, were discovered in the depth of the Saudi desert with the implementation of extensive cultural changes by the authorities. 

Sculptures were found in al-Jawf, about 1,000 km north of the Saudi capital Riyadh, Italy and France.

Jahz al-Shamari, Director General of the National Authority for Tourism and National Heritage in Al-Jawf, said that more than 12 camels and other animals were discovered at the site. "Of course, the artworks exist for the camel and semi-complete, except for the head part, The workmanship, the feet, the abdomen, means that we find them very clear, all the details and what distinguishes them from the accuracy in the dimensions, means you do not find too much length for feet, legs, hands or abdomen, find the work a technical work consistent with each other and this guide means that the sculptor brilliant In his work".
Camels sculpture discovered 2000 years old in Saudi Arabia

"We have located more than 12 carved sculptures and other animals in the site," said Hussein al-Khalifa, the discoverer of the camels carved site. The site will soon have more research and studies that emphasize the importance of these sculptures in Al-Jouf region. Prince Sultan bin Salman, Chairman of the National Authority for Tourism and National Heritage, said recently that the Kingdom will become an important international destination for exhibitions and conferences over the next ten years.
Camels sculpture discovered 2000 years old in Saudi Arabia

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