His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, President of SCTA
Cultural Heritage Development Projects
Al Mazloom Hara: This quarter took its name after Abdul Kareem Al Barzanji, who was oppressed and killed by the Ottoman ruler of his time. The area is located in the northeastern part to the north of Al Alawi Street inside the wall. It contains some famous monuments like, Dar Al Qabil, Al Shafi’i mosque and Al Jami Souk.
Haret al-Sham: Located in the northern part of the inside of the fence in the direction of the Levant and in this Hara are the Dar Al Surrati and Dar Al Zahid landmarks
Haret Al Yemin: Located in the southern part of Al Alawi Street inside the wall. It gained its name because of its direction facing the Yemen. It includes Dar Nasif, Dar Jamjoum, Dar Al Shaarawi and Dar Al Samad.
Haret Al Bahr: Located in the southwestern part of old Jeddah, overlooking the Red Sea and it includes Dar Al-Radwan, which is also known as Radwan Al Bahr.
Krintena Hara: Hot ostracize: Located south of Jeddah it was facing the old seaport before reclamation of the shallow waters in front of it for the establishment of the Jeddah sea port and an oil refinery. It was the main entry point for pilgrims coming by sea on their way to Mecca. It is the oldest neighborhoods of Jeddah outside the fence and inhabited these days by majority of immigrants coming from African countries and it is next to the Jeddah Southern Petroleum Refinery.
Haret Al million Tifl (Hara of million children): Located south of Jeddah and so named because of the large presence of children in the alleys of the neighborhood.