In the local Municipal Museum you will find a large exhibition of historical artifacts. Painting lovers should move their feet to The Museum of Abdel Raouf Hassan Khalil that exhibits a collection of paintings referred to 17-19 centuries. Jeddah Museum is the place to see priceless founds of archeologists. One of the halls of this museum is devoted to an ethnographic collection. The majority of leisure tourists call Jeddah “the city of monuments and markets”. Indeed, there are many hospitable sellers in this place. They offer simply everything – from home-made sweets and fruit to souvenirs and handcrafts. The biggest markets of the Saudi Arabia are located in Jeddah as well. On the central square of the city you will find Al-Alawi market. When it comes to viewing statues and monuments of the city, tourists usually have hard time as in Jeddah there are around four hundred of them.
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