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Makkah

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most populated province in the country after the province of Jizan. It has more ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most populated province in the country after the province of ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for ...

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate ...

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of ...

title: Saudi Arabia Makkah

Saudi Arabia, Makkah

"Mecca" is the familiar form of the English transliteration for the Arabic name of the city, although the official transliteration used by the Saudi government is Makkah, which is closer to the Arabic pronunciation. The word "Mecca" in English has come to be used to refer to any place that draws large numbers of people, and because of this many Muslims regard the use of this spelling for the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of the province is ...

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate the sound of ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Taif

Taif

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate the sound of the mizmar, an oboe-like ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most populated province in the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Makkah

Saudi Arabia, Makkah

"Mecca" is the familiar form of the English transliteration for the Arabic name of the city, although the official transliteration used by the Saudi government is Makkah, which is closer to the Arabic pronunciation. The word "Mecca" in English has come to be used to refer to any place that draws large numbers of people, and because of this many Muslims regard the use of this spelling for the city as offensive. The Saudi government adopted Makkah as the of ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of the province is Faisal bin Khalid (appointed May 16, 2007), a son of the late king ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate the sound of the mizmar, an oboe-like woodwind instrument in the performance of the mizmar dance. The drum is also an important ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its ...

title: Saudi Arabia Makkah

Saudi Arabia, Makkah

"Mecca" is the familiar form of the English transliteration for the Arabic name of the city, although the official transliteration used by the Saudi government is Makkah, which is closer to the Arabic pronunciation. The word "Mecca" in English has come to be used to refer to any place that draws large numbers of people, and because of this many Muslims regard the use of this spelling for the city as offensive. The Saudi government adopted Makkah as the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of the province is Faisal bin Khalid (appointed May 16, 2007), a son of the late king of Saudi Arabia, ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of the province is Faisal bin Khalid (appointed May 16, 2007), a son of the late king of Saudi ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most populated province in the country a ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate ...

title: Saudi Arabia culture

Saudi Arabia, culture

One of Saudi Arabia's most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country's national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate the sound of the mizmar, an oboe-like woodwind instrument in the performance of the mizmar dance. The drum is a ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the "alimental basket" of the country, for its agricultural asset. It is the seventh most populated province in the country after the ...

title: Saudi Arabia Asir Province

Saudi Arabia, Asir Province

'Asir or 'Aseer is a province of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the confederation of clans of the same name. It has an area of 81,000 km² and an estimated population of 1,563,000. It shares a short border with Yemen. Its capital is Abha. Other towns include Khamis Mushayt, Qal'at Bishah and Bareg. The governor of the province is Faisal bin Khalid (appointed May 16, 2007), a ...

title: Saudi Arabia Al Qassim Province

Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim Province

Al-Qassim Province also spelled Al-Qaseem, Al-Qasim, Qassim, or Gassim, is one of the thirteen administrative provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country, and almost in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. It has a population of 1,016,756 and an area of 65,000 km². It is known to be the ...

title: Makkah Majid

Makkah Majid