الجمعة، 22 سبتمبر 2017

تعبير عن مدينة تعز بالانجليزي

تعبير عن مدينة تعز بالانجليزي
تعبير عن تعز مدينة يمنية عربية 
taiz city
paragraph about taiz city
كلام عن تعز البمن دولة عربية 
اروع ماقيل عن تعز
محافظة تعز
مدينة تعز الان
مديريات محافظة تعز
مدينة تعز معلم من اجمل المعالم في اليمن
نبذة تعريفية عن محافظة تعز
 paragraph about taiz city
cairo castle taiz
تعبير عن تعز بالانجليزي
مدينة تعز الان
مديريات محافظة تعز
marib اليمن
خريطة مديريات محافظة تعز
تعز روحي
اخبار تعز المقاومه الشعبيه
تعبير عن تعز
تعبير عن تعز بالانجليزي
كلام عن تعز
محافظة تعز
مديريات محافظة تعز
paragraph about taiz city
اروع ماقيل عن تعز
مديريات محافظة تعز
التقسيم الاداري لمحافظة تعز

Ta'izz, Taiz or Taiz is a city of Yemen. Located in the south-west of the country, in the heart of the high plateaus, Ta'izz is built at an altitude of about 1,400 meters.
The capital of Ta'izz governorate is about an hour's drive from the port of Mocha (on the shores of the Red Sea), famous for having given its name aumoka).
The population of Ta'izz, 460,000 inhabitants in the 2003 census and 615,467 in 2005, lives in the third city of the country.

Ta'izz is difficult to reach by roads on mountainside at the bottom of Mount Sabir (3,006 meters).
Ta'izz has many road connections with the rest of the country, and is serviced by the Ta'izz International Airport.
The climate is rather temperate, warm in summer and mild in winter. The weather is good most of the time, the average temperature during the day of October is 32 ° C, even if the night is cooler.
History
The name of the city appears for the first time in the sixth century of the Hegira, that is to say the twelfth century AD. BC, when Turan Shah, the brother of Saladin, arrived in Yemen in 1173. Ta'izz is refortified by the brother of Saladin, Taktakeen, "the Ayyubid". Then, in 1288, the second Rassulid king, Al-Muzaffar Yusuf I, made Ta'izz the second capital of the Rassoulid dynasty (after Zabid).
The great Arab explorer Ibn Battuta visited Ta'izz in the 14th century, describing it as one of the most beautiful and large cities in Yemen.
Ta'izz remained a walled city until 1948, when Imam Ahmed made it the second capital of Yemen, and allowed its expansion beyond the walls.
Nowadays, Ta'izz is the main industrial center of Yemen, thanks to the enormous investment of the company Hayel Saeed. [
It has preserved its historical charm, which allows it to have an important tourist activity.
Architecture and important buildings
The city has many beautiful old districts, with typical houses, built in brown bricks, and mosques usually white. The most famous mosques are the mosque of Al-Ashraf, located near Mount Cairo and built around 1200 by King Al Ashraf (of the Rassoulid dynasty), as well as Muctabiya and Mudhaffar. The latter also serves as a medersa (Islamic school), which has a large number of schoolchildren and has the status of a university. Other memorable buildings are the ancient citadels and the governor's palace erected on top of a hill of 450 meters which overlooks the city center. Ta'izz is also considered the capital of Yemeni culture and art.
Economy of the city [
The economic base of the city is coffee, grown in the surrounding cultivable land along with the "soft drug" khat and other vegetables. Ta'izz cheese is also renowned throughout Yemen.
Among the city's own industries are the cotton weaving industry, tannery and jewelery production.

But most of the inhabitants are unemployed and poor even though many executives from the Yemeni academies are Ta'izziens.

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