Watch .. “Goal Beam” is a magical nature and green virgin lands

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Watch .. “Goal Beam” is a magical nature and green virgin lands

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The torrential monsoon rains that the Jazan region is exposed to during this period of the year has transformed the villages of Al-Jawa, southwest of Al-Arada Governorate, into a charming painting after its lands and mountains were covered with a dense vegetation cover, giving it beauty.

The “atmosphere” is characterized by the fertility of its lands, and “reed” is considered one of its most important crops. It constitutes 95% of its farms, while the rest is distributed between fruits and vegetables, and their irrigation is largely and mainly dependent on rainwater, while a few of its residents depend on wells, especially in the seasons that rain stops.

The “atmosphere” is a popular destination for many hikers from Al-Ardah Governorate and its neighboring governorates. This is due to its virgin lands, its picturesque nature, the diversity of its terrain, the spread of valleys in it, its relatively mild weather in the winter, and the diversity of its vegetation.

Al-Jawah is located between a series of medium-rise mountains, interspersed with small mountains and plateaus, namely (Tahnan, Dafif and Umm Al Dafin). Among its most important valleys are the green and sadness, which works to irrigate large areas of farms annually. Its population is about three thousand people distributed over a number of villages, they are (Al-Ahwlah, Qaim Majrashi, Umm Al-Hasir, Jaraba, Al-Researchh, Qaim Al-Said, Lower Al-Jawah, Al-Shakawani, Al-Muqataa, Al-Gharafa and Al-Aruq).

There is a government educational complex (boys and girls) in Al-Jawah, and a health center that the General Directorate of Health Affairs in Jizan is about to complete to move to. The municipality of the region is planning to establish a garden in Goa; As it offered its tender in 1440 AH.

The Saturday market, “Al-Jawa”, was one of the most famous and oldest markets in the Jizan region. It was intended by sellers and buyers from all governorates, but it stopped about 20 years ago, while its land is still empty. The residents said: We hope to revive it again by the district municipality.

August 06 2020 – 16 Dhu al-Hijjah 1441

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It is located in a mid-range mountain range .. The rain turned it into a paradise

The heavy monsoon rains to which Jazan region is exposed during this year transformed the villages of Al-Jawa, southwest of Al-Ardah Governorate, into a charming artistic painting after its lands and mountains were covered with thick vegetation, giving them beauty.

Al-Jawa is characterized by its fertile lands, and the reed is one of its most important crops. It constitutes 95% of its farms, while the rest is distributed between fruits and vegetables, and their irrigation is largely and mainly dependent on rainwater, while a few of its residents depend on wells, especially in the seasons that rain stops.

The “atmosphere” is a popular destination for many hikers from Al-Ardah Governorate and its neighboring governorates. This is due to its virgin lands, its picturesque nature, the diversity of its terrain, the spread of valleys in it, its relatively mild weather in the winter, and the diversity of its vegetation.

The “atmosphere” lies between a series of mountains of medium altitude, interspersed with mountains and small plateaus, which are (Hanan, Dafif, and Umm al-Dafin). With a population of about three thousand people scattered over a number of villages, namely (Al-Ahoula, Qaim Majrashi, Umm Al-Haseer, Al-Jarba, Al-Wasath, Qaim Al-Saed, Lower Jawa, Al-Shakwani, Al-Muqata, Al Gharafa and Al-Arouq).

There is a government educational complex (boys and girls) in Al-Jawah, and a health center that the General Directorate of Health Affairs in Jizan is about to complete to move to. The municipality of the region is planning to establish a garden in Goa As it submitted its tender in the year 1440 AH.

The Saturday market, “Al-Jawa”, was one of the most famous and oldest markets in the Jizan region. It was intended by sellers and buyers from all governorates, but it stopped about 20 years ago, while its land is still empty. The people said: We hope to be revived again by the region’s secretariat.





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