The imposing two story building was probably never a fort but more likely a lodging place for weary travellers along the ancient trading routes.
It's been largely rebuilt and in fairly good condition, although much of the lining of the rooms has been long since destroyed by time. There are fragments still in a couple of the ground floor rooms if you look closely and these give an impression of intricate clay mouldings that covered the walls.
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