Gardens

For a city with a shortage of public water supply, the old city area is pretty rich in horticulture. Almost every house has an attached courtyard garden, and scattered about the streets are hedges blossoming with colors more varied than those on a Photoshop palette. Larger gardens are situated close to mosques, as water is easier to come by. Some gardens are situated below the street, to catch any water that is draining off. Rooftop gardens, more of a private retreat, are also visible from the ground – you can see overhanging vines, multicolored plant pots, and tamed birds prancing about. 

                  

More Places-To-Visit in Sanaa
Al-Bab Art Gallery
Al-Sabeen Park
Al-Sabeen Square
Al-Tahrir Square
Attan Park
Bab Sabah Street Market