Harrat Khaybar is a volcanic field located north of Medina in Saudi Arabia.
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Hajrah (Arabic: الحجرة) is a town about 150 km (93 mi) south-east of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia
Dahban or 'Dahaban'(Arabic:دهبان) is an ancient village on the coast of Saudi Arabia (Red Sea). It is in Makkah Province, a few kilometers north of Jeddah. For a long time it has been a fishing center until Durrat Al-Arus opened in 1996 which made i…
Abu Ali Airport is a small airstrip in the Island of Abu Ali, part of Jubail City in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
The 2006 Mecca hostel collapse occurred in Mecca, Saudi Arabia on 5 January 2006. A hostel housing Muslim pilgrims performing Hajj collapsed, killing 76 people and injuring 62.
The Qishla of Jeddah (Turkish: Cidde Redif Kışlası) is a historical edifice in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, built in 1525 to be a military castle of the Ottoman army.
Tharmada'a (Arabic: ثرمداء) is Saudi Arabian town, located about 170 kilometers north of the capital Riyadh.
Saso Island is an island off the coast of Saudi Arabia. It is part of the Farasan Islands. It is located in the Red Sea at (16.50°N 41.35°E).
Prince Sultan bin Fahd Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Al Ahli.
Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Abha, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Abha. The stadium has a capacity of 20,000 people.
Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium for Al-Ansar.
Prince Abdul Aziz bin Musa'ed Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Ha'il, Saudi Arabia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Al-Ta'ee.
Mastoorah is a village next to Rabigh in the area of Hijaz in the western part of Saudi Arabia. It is located between Mecca and Medina and has population of harb tribes.
Lacus Bonitatis (Latin for Lake of Goodness) is a small lunar mare that lies to the northwest of the prominent crater Macrobius.
King Fahd Security College is an educational/military institute part of the Saudi Ministry of Interior,
H̨awţah Sudayr or Hautat Sudair (Arabic: حوطة سدير) is a city in Saudi Arabia, and the capital of Sudair located at the intersection 12-13 Riyadh-Sudair-Qassim.
Harrat al Birk is an ancient lava field located along Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coastline.
Harrat Kishb is a 5,892 km2 lava field in western Saudi Arabia.
al-Quway'iyah or Al Gwei'iyyah (Arabic: القويعية) is a small town in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia.
Al-Ghat (Arabic: El-Gh'at الغاط') or Elghat is a small town in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia.
Abqaiq Airport is a small airstrip located 6 km west to the center of Abqaiq city, 60 km southwest of Dammam in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
Udhayliyah Airport is a small airport located in the village of Udhayliyah, 150 km southwest of Dammam in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
The total length of the Saudi Arabian coastline is 2,640 kilometres (1,640 mi) with two coastlines: a long west coast on the Red Sea and a shorter east coast on the Persian Gulf.
King Fahd Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Ta’if, Saudi Arabia. It hosted some of the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship and 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games matches.
Khafji Airport (Arabic: مطار الخفجي) is a small airfield located southern the city of Khafji in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
Jeddah Hilton Hotel (Arabic:فندق جدة هيلتون) is a five-star hotel located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Jalaji or Jolajil (Arabic: جلاجل) is a city in the Sudair area, Saudi Arabia.
Haradh Airport is a small airport in the oil complex of Haradh in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
GPYW Indoor Stadium is an indoor sporting arena located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The capacity of the arena is 5,000 spectators. It hosts indoor sporting events such as basketball and hosts the home matches of Al-Hilal.
Al-Muzahmiyya Arabic: المزاحمية) is a small town in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia. It is located 59 kilometres (37 mi) by road southwest of Riyadh, on the important Riyadh-Mecca Highway.As of the 2004 census it had a population of 24,224 people. It…
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Al Bir (ar:البير) is a village in Saudi Arabia, and a village of Al-Mehmal area (Known nowadays as Thadig), which is one of the populous urban areas in Riyadh region.
Zabirah is a locality in northern Saudi Arabia.
Al Qadeimah (Arabic: القضيمة ) is a town on the coast of Saudi Arabia (Red Sea). It is in Makkah Province, Located in 44 kilometers north of Jeddah. Along with Thual, It hosts the new economic city project, King Abdullah University of Science and Te…
Mushayrib is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ad Dawhah.
The Hugayat Tower (also known as Hokait Tower) is a skyscraper located in the city of Khobar, Saudi Arabia. It is located on King Abdul Aziz Road in a growing business district. At 133 meters high, it is a major commercial building in Khobar. It con…