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Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia occupies the biggest bulk of the Arabian Peninsula , and consists of a narrow plains on the Red Sea coast (Tehama) plains , followed , towards the east , mountain ranges stretching along the country  Hijaz Mountains and Asir and exceed the maximum height of 2000 m) , then Desert and rocky plateaus in middle (90% of the public space), the largest desert in the north (Nufood) and the Empty Quarter in the south., In the east and along the of Gulf Coast , extends wide coastal plains

Saudi Arabia is located in the extreme south -west of the continent of Asia, where it is bordered to the west of the Red Sea and the east of the Arabian Gulf , the United Arab Emirates , Qatar, Kuwait and Iraq to the north and south Yemen, Jordan, and Oman.

Saudi Arabia occupies four-fifths of the Arabian peninsula with an area of more than 2,250,000 square kilometres.

Saudi Arabia National Day 
Celebrates Saudi National Day on 23 September of each year and so to commemorate the unification of the KSA and its founding at the hands of His Majesty the King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, may God have mercy on him , which was announced by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1351 AH / 1932

KSA currency:
Basic currency unit is the Kingdom of Saudi is Riyal

The date in KSA
Saudi Arabia relies on its history officially Calendar based on the migration of the Prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) from Mecca to Medina. The Hijri year is 354 days divided into twelve lunar months

The climate in KSA
The Climate of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia varies from one region to another for the different terrain is located under the influence of atmospheric high orbital, and generally, the KSA climate is continental hot in summer, cold in winter and winter rainfall and moderating climate change on the western and southern highlands, while the central regions hot and dry in cold and dry winters and on the coasts rising temperature and humidity The rain falls in the winter and spring rains which are scarce in most areas of the KSA except the south-western highlands of Saudi. seasonal summer raining heavier than other areas. The relative humidity is high on the western coasts and mountains on most days of the year and less as we head into the interior.

The Most Famous Cities in KSA and its Touristic Monuments

  1. Mecca – Holy Mosque in Mecca
  2. Medina – Prophet’s Mosque- Saleh Cities – Hejaz Railway station
  3. Riyadh Masmaq Palace – Mohamed Bin Abdul wahb Mosque
  4. Jeddah – Al-Balad, Jeddah- Shubra historic Palace
  5. Abha
  6. Hail – Bazan Palace
    Baha Zhuan Fort – Ze Ain historic village
  7. TabukTaima hieroglyph inscription
    Tabuk Castle-Waderyan Castle
  8. Ottoman fortresses
  9. Jazan – Loqman Castle
    Ottoman castle
    Al Dosary castle – Sharif fort
  10. Dammam
  11. Najran – Historic building Emirate