These are the most important events in the History of Saudi Arabia.
King Abdulaziz (also known as Ibn Saud) began conquering today's Saudi Arabia in 1902, by restoring his family as emirs of Riyadh. He then proceeded to conquer first the Nejd (1922) and then the Hejaz (1925). He progressed from Sultan of Nejd, to King of Hejaz and Nejd, and finally to King of Saudi Arabia in 1932.
Saudi Arabia has a desert climate characterized by extreme heat during the day, an abrupt drop in temperature at night, and very low rainfall. It has deal with sand storms, temperature extremes and intense heat.
Arabic is the traditional language of Saudi Arabia.in Saudi Arabia everyone that is Saudi will speak Arabic like 100% so big tip if your going to Saudi Arabia you will really need to know at least basic Arabic or you can get a book / show him from the goolgle transelate.
Saudia Arabia is a country with the same religion all muslims 100%. And in Saudi Arabia there is the largest mosque in the world called masjid al Muharram this mosque only muslims can enter and all of the time it's full even 12:00 Pm 1:00 Am... all of the times so this mosque is the only mosque that is full all the time.
The Saudi Arabian Riyal is the currency of Saudi Arabia. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Saudi Arabia Riyal exchange rate is the INR to SAR rate. The currency code for Riyals is SAR, and the currency symbol is ﷼.
Many landmarks in Saudi Arabia are little known to the outside world, and, unfortunately, many amazing attractions are deliberately destroyed. Nevertheless some Saudi Arabian landmarks are world renowned and one - Kaaba in Masjid al-Haram, Makkah - is one of most important places in world. The history of the Kaaba started long before Islam and this could be one of the oldest active shrines in the world. Today Kaaba and Masjid-al-Haram around it is the centre of Islam - a religion with some 1.6 billion followers. Thus it is one of most significant places in the world.