The Hili archaeological park lies in a nicely landscaped compound about 10km north of the centre of Al Ain, on the site of a Bronze age (3rd millennium BC) site of the Umm an-Nar culture. The park contains the remains of two circular tombs, of which a 12 meter diameter one has been reconstructed. It also contains the remains of an ancient settlement and the foundations of a building. The cultural sites of Al Ain (Hafit, Hili, Bidaa Bint Saud and Oases Areas) have been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2011.

01 Hili tower B 02 Hili tower B 03 Hili tower A 04 Flowerbeds and meadow
05 Hili grand tomb 06 Grand tomb 07 Carvings on tomb 08 Hili 1 settlement
09 Hili 1 settlement 10 Hili 1 settlement 11 Hili 1 settlement
12 Tree 13 Date palms on meadow 14 Date palms on meadow 15 Hili 1 settlement
16 Tomb window with decorations 17 Hili tomb 18 Hili tomb 19 Hili 10 building foundations
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