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Saudi Arabia is a country located on the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. The country is bordered by Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Yemen. With a total land area of 2,150,000 square kilometers, or 830,000 square miles, Saudi Arabia is the 5th largest country in Asia and the 12th largest country in the world. The capital and largest city is Riyadh. Saudi Arabia is also home to the two holiest cities in Islam, which are Mecca and Medina. Holding a population of 34,218,000, Saudi Arabia is the 40th most populated country in the world.

The country occupies around 80% of the Arabian Peninsula, which is also the largest peninsula in the world. The Arabian Desert dominates the geography of the country, along with several mountain ranges, steppes, volcanic lava fields, and highlands. The country is home to the world’s largest sand desert, which is known as the Rub’ al Khali. Saudi Arabia is also the largest country in the world to have no permanent rivers. The highest point in the country is Mount Sawda, which stands at an altitude of 3,133 meters, or 10,279 feet. There are more than 2000 dormant volcanoes within the country as well.Wildlife within Saudi Arabia includes Arabian leopard, wolf, striped hyena, mongoose, baboon, hare, sand cat, and jerboa. Commonly found birds include falcons, eagles, hawks, vultures, sandgrouse, and bulbuls. The marine life of Saudi Arabia is very diverse, which can be thanked by the Red Sea. There have been more than 1,200 recorded species of fish, with 10% of these species being endemic to Saudi Arabia. The amount of marine life diversity can be thanks to the 2,000 km, or 1,240 miles, of coral reef off of the coastline of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is home to the largest economy within the Middle East, thanks to its large amount of natural resources, like petroleum. The country is home to the world’s second largest petroleum reserves, and is also the largest petroleum exporter in the world, taking up nearly 70% of all exports. Other exports from the country include ethylene polymers, propylene polymers, acrylic alcohols, raw aluminum, and mixed mineral or chemical fertilizers. Agricultural export products include wheat, dates, dairy products, eggs, fish, poultry, fish, fruits, vegetables, as well as flowers. Because Saudi Arabia is home to the two holiest cities in Islam, religious toruism helps the economy, and in 2012 it was estimated that 14.3 million people visited the country.

Saudi Arabia is home to one of the world’s largest growth rates, with the population growing 3% a year. The population is quite young, with over half of the population being under the age of 25. 38.8% of the population is made up of immigrants from various destinations, such as the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The five largest cities of Saudi Arabia are Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina, and Hofuf. Currently, 80% of the Saudi Arabia population lives within these urban metropolitan centers.

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Old Maps of Saudi Arabia
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is a country located on the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. The country is bordered by Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Yemen. With a total land area of 2,150,000 square kilometers, or 830,000 square miles, Saudi Arabia is the 5th largest country in Asia and the 12th largest country in the world. The capital and largest city is Riyadh. Saudi Arabia is also home to the two holiest cities in Islam, which are Mecca and Medina. Holding a population of 34,218,000, Saudi Arabia is the 40th most populated country in the world.

The country occupies around 80% of the Arabian Peninsula, which is also the largest peninsula in the world. The Arabian Desert dominates the geography of the country, along with several mountain ranges, steppes, volcanic lava fields, and highlands. The country is home to the world’s largest sand desert, which is known as the Rub’ al Khali. Saudi Arabia is also the largest country in the world to have no permanent rivers. The highest point in the country is Mount Sawda, which stands at an altitude of 3,133 meters, or 10,279 feet. There are more than 2000 dormant volcanoes within the country as well.Wildlife within Saudi Arabia includes Arabian leopard, wolf, striped hyena, mongoose, baboon, hare, sand cat, and jerboa. Commonly found birds include falcons, eagles, hawks, vultures, sandgrouse, and bulbuls. The marine life of Saudi Arabia is very diverse, which can be thanked by the Red Sea. There have been more than 1,200 recorded species of fish, with 10% of these species being endemic to Saudi Arabia. The amount of marine life diversity can be thanks to the 2,000 km, or 1,240 miles, of coral reef off of the coastline of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is home to the largest economy within the Middle East, thanks to its large amount of natural resources, like petroleum. The country is home to the world’s second largest petroleum reserves, and is also the largest petroleum exporter in the world, taking up nearly 70% of all exports. Other exports from the country include ethylene polymers, propylene polymers, acrylic alcohols, raw aluminum, and mixed mineral or chemical fertilizers. Agricultural export products include wheat, dates, dairy products, eggs, fish, poultry, fish, fruits, vegetables, as well as flowers. Because Saudi Arabia is home to the two holiest cities in Islam, religious toruism helps the economy, and in 2012 it was estimated that 14.3 million people visited the country.

Saudi Arabia is home to one of the world’s largest growth rates, with the population growing 3% a year. The population is quite young, with over half of the population being under the age of 25. 38.8% of the population is made up of immigrants from various destinations, such as the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The five largest cities of Saudi Arabia are Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina, and Hofuf. Currently, 80% of the Saudi Arabia population lives within these urban metropolitan centers.

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