5-60Najran region lies in the south west part of Saudi Arabia, near to the Yemeni border.   

Najran, the Nagva Metropolis, history dates back to 4,000 years that unravels ancestral remnants of Arabian habitat, trade, livestock and agriculture. The archaeological town of Al-Okhdood (mentioned in the Holy Quran) is one of the most important archaeological sites in Najran region. 

The monuments of the Najran area which lies between the Asir mountains in the West and Empty Quarter desert in the East, had historical importance politically as the Arabian kingdoms fought each other for power and control over the green oasis, the location of which is considered economically very important as it was a main pathway for one of the most important ancient commercial routes.