The capital of Saudi Arabia is Riyadh. It is the largest city in Saudi Arabia, home to approximately 5.7 million people. Saudi Arabia is the largest country on the Arabian Peninsula and has a population of roughly 27 mil... More »

Jubail is a city found in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. It is considered the largest civil engineering project in the world, as of 2014. The construction of Jubail began in mid-1970s, and it has experienced major... More »

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The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, D.C. offers consular and travel services, including document verification, travel agency planning for Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages, visa application services and services fo... More »

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The most populous capital cities in the Middle East include Baghdad, Iraq; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and Tehran, Iran, as of 2011. Riyadh had a population of 4.9 million, while Baghdad had 7.2 million people. The largest of t... More »

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Animals that live in and are native to Saudi Arabia include Arabian camels, wolves, antelope, Arabian leopards and sand cats. Vultures, snakes and mongooses also live in Saudi Arabia. More »

As of June 2015, citizens of any country must have a visa to visit Saudi Arabia, with the exception of nationals of Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Travelers from the countries exempted must ha... More »

Submit a Saudi Arabia visa application along with a photo, visa payment receipt and valid passport to a Saudi embassy, consulate or registered visa office, reports the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia. As part of the applic... More »

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