Saudi Cities



Riyadh
The largest city in Saudi Arabia, and the commercial capital of the country as well, with a population of 6,506,700 people, Riyadh belongs to the historical areas of Najd and Yamamah, and its climate is hot in summer.



Jeddah
Jeddah is the largest city in the Makkah region, the second largest city in Saudi Arabia, and also the largest seaport in the Red Sea.
With a population of 3,976,400, it is located in the Hijaz Tihama region on the Red Sea coast, with a tropical climate.

Mecca
Mecca is located in a narrow valley 43.5 miles from Jeddah, 908 feet above sea level, and is the capital of the Makkah region in the Saudi region.
It has a population of 1,919,900, During the Hajj season, Mecca is visited three times its population each year.

Mecca is the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad, and the holiest city for Muslims.

Medina
Medina is the capital city of Medina region, and comes second after Mecca as the holiest cities according to the Islamic religion, with a population of 1,271,800 people, as well as the Prophet’s Mosque, which has great religious significance because of the tomb of the Prophet Muhammad. It is located 200 miles north of Mecca.

Dammam

the capital of the Eastern Province, It has the headquarters of the Emirate of the region, in addition to branches of ministries and government departments, King Faisal University branch, King Fahd International Airport, and a number of modern sports cities, Dammam is the main port on the Arabian Gulf.

Taif
Taif is located in the western region of Saudi Arabia, and is famous for its agricultural products such as honey, pomegranates and grapes, the city consists of some gardens, sites and buildings dating back to pre-Islam.

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