Let’s not forget, Yemen is a seriously beautiful country

With the civil war happening in Yemen, it’s easy to forget that the war-torn country still harbours a magnificent beauty — featuring some of the world’s most unique landscapes and architecture inhabited by regular people who are just trying to live their lives.

It’s the lesser seen side of the nation, which makes it none-the-less stunning.

Check out some of these photos of Yemen’s remote villages and architecture…

1. A remote, mountain-top village

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2. Shibam, Yemen

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3. Another shot of Shibam, Yemen at dusk

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4. Villages atop craggy peaks of the Haraz Mountains

Image: Phil Marion

5. Mountaintop village in the Haraz Mountains

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6. Al Hajjarah village in the Haraz Mountains

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7. The village of Hoteib in the Haraz Mountains

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8. A village silhouetted against a mountainous backdrop

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9. A village situated by Wadi Doan, flaunting lush greenery

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10. The village of Al Khoreyba, Hadramaut

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