The geography of the city of Tabuk

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An Arab Asian city from the cities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, administratively affiliated to the Emirate of Tabuk region, and ranks first among the cities in the north of the Kingdom in terms of area, with a land area of 780 km², and a height of 900 meters above sea level. 

The location and climate of the city of Tabuk:

It is located at a longitude of 28 degrees 49 minutes to the east of the Greenwich Line, and at a latitude of 36 degrees and 65 minutes north of the equator. 

Geographical location:

It is located in the northwestern side of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The climate:

Its climate is characterized by its mild summer season, and cold rainy season in winter. 

Information about Tabuk:

The distance between Tabuk and Madinah is about 623.1 kilometers, and the journey between the two cities is approximately five hours and twenty-nine minutes. 

Its economy depends on:

The agricultural sector, such as the cultivation of wheat, fruits, roses, and flowers. The industrial sector, such as the cement industry, vegetables and fruits packing , and irrigation pipes. Poultry, sheep and cattle breeding sector.

 

Tourism sector:

It contains a number of tourist attractions, including: the ancient Tabuk Citadel, the blessed Ain al-Sukkar, the Tawbah Mosque, the Hejaz Railway Station, the Ibn Asi Equestrian and Heritage Center, the Kanani Heritage Museum, the Amwaj Park, the Prince Sultan Cultural Center, Abu Riyalain (Two Riyals) Market, the Al-Waqf Beach, and the King Khalid Sports City. Tabuk is the northern gateway to the Arabian Peninsula, and it is a route for pilgrims and pilgrims. Several festivals are held on its territory every year, such as the Spring Festival, the Cultural Forum, the Tabuk Advocacy Summer Camp, the Roses and Fruits Carnival, the Agricultural Festival, and the Shopping Festival.

It contains a number of tourist attractions, including: the ancient Tabuk Citadel, the blessed Ain al-Sukkar, the Tawbah Mosque, the Hejaz Railway Station, the Ibn Asi Equestrian and Heritage Center, the Kanani Heritage Museum, the Amwaj Park, the Prince Sultan Cultural Center, Abu Riyalain Market, the Al-Qouf Beach, and the King Khalid Sports City. Tabuk is the northern gateway to the Arabian Peninsula, and it is also a route for pilgrims and pilgrims. Several festivals are held on its territory every year, such as the Spring Festival, the Cultural Forum, the Tabuk Advocacy Summer Camp, the Roses and Fruits Carnival, the Agricultural Festival, and the Shopping Festival.

Tabuk includes many governorates: Al-Wajh, Al-Bida, Duba, Tayma, and Haql. And neighborhoods such as Qurtuba neighborhood, Industrial Nozha, Al Akhdar, New Azizia, Al-Masyaf, Al-Faisaliah Al-Shamaliyah, and Al-Rawda. Roads such as Tabuk Al-Ula Road, Tabuk Sakaka Road, Tabuk Madinah Highway, Tabuk Tayma Road, and Tabuk Duba Road. Streets such as Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Street, Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Street, Sulaiman Al-Sudairy Street, and Muhammad bin Ahmed Al-Khatib Street

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