Archaeological Al-Dar’i neighborhood

Al-Dar’i neighborhood consists of adjacent stone houses, And its alleys are connected to each other, Some are covered with arches, Some houses consist of two floors and roofed with athel and palm fronds, Al-Dar’i neighborhood is one of the remaining monuments of the old city of Dumat Al-Jandal, which was delivered from the demolition shovels that affected the Dumat Al-Jandal market, The history of the establishment of the neighborhood dates back to the Middle Islamic era, But it is based on archaeological layers and foundations dating back to the middle of the first millennium BC, The neighborhood is characterized by its stone arches, stone buildings, alleys, and its location between orchards and water paths that used to provide life for the residents of the neighborhood from nearby springs, The neighborhood is also built on the ruins of former neighborhoods.