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Saudi Arabia Geography and Maps

Saudi Arabia is the largest country by landmass in the Middle East and comprises the majority of the Arabian Peninsula. It’s roughly 850,000 square-miles / 2,220,000 square-kilometres, about the size of Texas or South Africa, so it experiences a remarkable amount of geographic diversity within its borders. Most of the nation is desert, and Saudi Arabia is notable as the largest nation in the world without any permanent above ground lakes or rivers. However, there are verdant oases throughout, and the northern mountains can grow snowy at times of the year. As well, the coastal area along the Red Sea has an almost Mediterranean atmosphere. Despite being defined by the desert, Saudi geography is by no means monolithic.

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