Al Saleh Mosque
Inaugurated by President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the Saleh Mosque is named after him. Exquisite in its beauty, it shines like a jewel in the night light in Yemen. Also called the Presidential Mosque, The Saleh Mosque opens its door to people from all faith and cultures. Any one can visit the grand mosque and marvel at its structure, which, like the city of Yemen is a fusion of the old and the modern. It has an astounding amount of 122 pillars and has a capacity of accommodating around 44,000 persons. Its makes a grand impression on the people who set their eyes upon it and compels one to step inside and have a look.
National Museum Of Yemen
This four-storey building contains around 30,000 antiquities from Yemeni history. Located in Al-Tahreer, the city center of Sana'a, this museum has collected archaeological artifacts from all over the country. It contains various artifacts from the Yemeni Imam era and provides a great learning experience about the country's little known past.