Located in the south of Sakaka, the site contains stone pillars that, from a distance, look like a group of men standing. The formation of these pillars might make you wonder how they were positioned in this strange configuration. Some of the stones are scattered, and some stand adjacent to others. The site is also rich with flint stone used in making stone tools in the past. The columns contain Thamudic inscriptions that date back to the fourth millennium B.C. It is believed that the columns could have been for worship or calculating time as their shadows become perpendicular at noon, between sunrise and sunset.