Articles in Saudi Arabia ( 255 )

255 Articles of interest in Saudi Arabia

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  • Jawatha Mosque

    Jawatha Mosque (Arabic مسجد جواثا ) (also incorrectly spelled Al-Jawana) is located in the village of Al-Kilabiyah, about 12km northeast of Hofuf, Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia. It was the earliest mosque built in east Arabia and most of the original struct…

  • Ha'il Regional Airport

    Ha'il Regional Airport (Arabic: مطار حائل الإقليمي‎, IATA: HAS, ICAO: OEHL) is an airport serving Ha'il (also spelled Hail), the capital of the Ha'il Province in Saudi Arabia.

  • Dawadmi

    Dawadmi or Ad Dawadimi (Arabic: محافظة الدوادمي‎) is a town in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia.

  • Riyadh TV Tower

    The Riyadh TV Tower in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is a 170 meter high television tower located inside the premises of Saudi Ministry of Information.

  • Red Sea Mall

    The Red Sea Mall is a shopping mall located in the northern suburb of Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The mall is located on the western side of the Al-Malek Abdulaziz Road (King Abdul Azis Road, Malek Road) between the King Abdulaziz Interna…

  • Harrat Rahat

    Harrat Rahat is a volcanic lava field in Saudi Arabia. In 1256 AD a 0.5 cu km lava flow erupted from six aligned scoria cones and traveled 23 km to within 4 km of the holy city of Medina: this was its last eruption. There were earlier eruptions. It …

  • Habala

    Habala (Arabic:حبلة) is a small mountain village in the 'Asir province of Saudi Arabia. It was originally inhabited by a tribal community known as the "flower men" because of their custom of wearing garlands of dried herbs and flowers in their hair.

  • Al-Baha Domestic Airport

    Al-Baha Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار الباحة المحلي‎, IATA: ABT, ICAO: OEBA) is an airport serving Al-Baha (also spelled Al Bahah), the capital of Al Bahah Province in Saudi Arabia.

  • Durrat Al-Arus

    Durrat Al-Arus is an integrated tourist village built in 1996 around 40 kilometers north of Jeddah center (Saudi Arabia) in the very old village "Dahaban", which is now a part of the Jeddah city. It includes schools, commercial centers, coffee shops…

  • King Abdul-Aziz Air Base (RSAF)

    King Abdul-Aziz Air Base, formerly Dhahran International Airport and Dhaharan Airfield is an airfield operated by the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1945 until 1962. After use by the USAF, Dhahran Airfield became Dhahran International Airport, …

  • Safwa City

    Safwa (Arabic: صفوى‎, Ṣafwā) is a city in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia situated on the Persian Gulf coast. It follows Qatif area and has a population of about 57,000 people.

  • Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium

    Prince Mohammed bin Fahd Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches, and is the home of Ettifaq FC. The stadium has a capacity of 26,000 people.

  • Layla (town)

    Layla (Arabic: لیلى) is a town in central Saudi Arabia. It is the principal town of the Al-Aflaj oasis in Ar Riyad Region, some 330 km south of the capital, Riyadh. It is believed to have been named after Layla of Bani 'Amir, a 7th-century woman fro…

  • Hafar Al-Batin Domestic Airport

    Hafar Al-Batin Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار حفر الباطن المحلي‎, IATA: KMC, ICAO: OEKK) is an airport in King Khalid Military City, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. It is located 60 kilometres (37 mi) south of Hafar Al-Batin.

  • 'Uyayna

    Al-'Uyayna (Arabic: العيينة‎) is a village in central Saudi Arabia, located some 30 km northwest of the Saudi capital Riyadh. Al-Uyayna was the birthplace of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, whose followers are known as the Salafis.

  • Wadi al-Dawasir Domestic Airport

    Wadi al-Dawasir Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار وادي الدواسر المحلي‎, IATA: WAE, ICAO: OEWD) is an airport serving Wadi al-Dawasir (also spelled Wadi ad-Dawasir), a town in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia.

  • Turaif Domestic Airport

    Turaif Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار طريف المحلي‎, IATA: TUI, ICAO: OETR) is an airport serving Turaif, a town in Northern Borders Province, Saudi Arabia.

  • Qaisumah Domestic Airport

    Qaisumah Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار القيصومة المحلي‎, IATA: AQI, ICAO: OEPA) is an airport serving Qaisumah (also spelled Al Qaysumah), a village in the city of Hafar Al-Batin in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia.

  • King Abdullah Sport City Stadium

    King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, previously known as the Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Stadium, is a football stadium in Buraidah, Saudi Arabia. It is used mainly for football and hosts the home matches of Al Taawon and Al-Raed of the Saudi Profe…

  • King Abdul Aziz Stadium

    King Abdul Aziz Stadium (Arabic: ستاد الملك عبدالعزيز‎) is a multi-purpose stadium in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches.

  • Hala-'l Badr

    Hala-'l Badr (or Hala-'l Bedr / Hallat al Badr, in Arabic: حلا البدر) is a volcano in northwestern Saudi Arabia at 27.25° N, 37.235° E. The volcano is of the cinder cone (or scoria-cone) type, and is on the northeast corner of the Thadra table mount…

  • Gurayat Domestic Airport

    Gurayat Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار القريات المحلي‎, IATA: URY, ICAO: OEGT) is an airport serving Gurayat (also spelled Guriat or Qurayyat), a city in Al Jawf Province, Saudi Arabia.

  • Baljurashi

    Baljurashi or Biljurashi (Arabic: بلجرشي‎) is a city in Al Bahah Region, southwestern Saudi Arabia. It is located at around (19°51′34″N41°33′26″E) in the elevation of cca 2000 metres. It was the capital of the region which includes the tribes of Gh…

  • Arar Domestic Airport

    Arar Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار عرعر المحلي‎, IATA: RAE, ICAO: OERR) is an airport serving Arar (also spelled ʿArʿar), the capital of Northern Borders Province in Saudi Arabia.