Taiz, dramatically set in the Yemen Highlands, is the capital of the Taiz Governorate, Yemen. The city, lying close to the Red Sea, is home to around 470,000 permanent residents. Taiz, a culturally and economically developed city, has been popular as one of the most beautiful cities since the ancient times.
The climate of Taiz is moderate in nature. Summers are comfortably warm while winters are cold and dry. The city has one of the most pleasant temperatures in the country. Monsoon rains are short and distributed evenly.
Over the years, Taiz has been ruled by various dynasties and was a walled city until the late forties. The city developed after being made the second capital of Yemen, and today, it is the largest industrial base of the country. The economy of Taiz consists of coffee, cotton, jewellery and cheese.
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