Saudi Arabia Neighboring Countries: Egypt
Regional Maps: Africa
, Middle East
Where is Saudi Arabia?
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Saudi Arabia Cities:
Aba as Sa'ud, Abha, Ad Dammam, Al Bahah, Al Hillah (Hauta), Al Hufuf (Hofuf), Al Kharj, Al Khubar, Al Manamah (Manama), Al Mubarraz, Al Qunfudhah, Ar Riyad (Riyadh), At Ta'if, Az Zahran, Buraydah, Ha'il, Hafar al Batin, Jeddah, Jizan, Khamis Mushayt, Makkah (Mecca), Medina, Najran, Qal at Bishah, Rabigh, Tabuk, Unayzah, Wadi ad Dawasir and Yanbu'al Bahr.
Saudi Arabia Locations:
Ad Dahna, Ad Dhana, Al Jafurah, An Nafud, Ar Rub' al Khali (Empty Quarter), Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Bahrain, Harrat al Buqum, Harrat Khaybar, Harrat Kishb, Harrat Nawasif, Harrat Rahat (Lava Fields), Harrat Uwayrid, Jabal Hijaz, Jabal Tuwayq, Persian Gulf (Arabian Gulf), Red Sea, Syrian Desert and Tihamat ash Sham.
Saudi Arabia Natural Resources:
Saudi Arabia has substantial fossil fuel resources including petroleum and natural gas. The country also has metal resources, which include iron ore, gold and copper.
Saudi Arabia Natural Hazards:
The natural hazards for Saudi Arabia include frequent dust and sand storms.
Saudi Arabia Environmental Issues:
Environmental issues for Saudi Arabia are mostly water related. These issues include a depletion of the underground water resources. The lack of perennial rivers and permanent water bodies has prompted the development of extensive seawater desalination facilities. The coasts are polluted from oil spills. The country also has desertification.
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