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Basic information about Al_Bahah
Al-Bahah Region (Arabic: الباحة al-Bāḥah [ælˈbæːħa]) is a region of Saudi Arabia. Al-Baḥah is located in the southwestern of the Hejaz region. It has an area of 9,921 km², and a population of 411,888 (2010). Its capital is Al Bahah. The al- Baḥah region includes al-Baḥah city, Almikhwah and Baljorashi. Baljorashi has a famous traditional market known as sooqe as-sabt, which translates to English as \Saturday market\. The Baljorashi market is very old and its exact age is unknown. This market opens after the Fajr prayer, or around 5 A.M. local time. The market closes around noon. People come from all over the region to buy and sell handmade goods. Other cities in the al-Bahah region include Baljourashi, Almikhwah, Rahwat Albar, Sabt Alalaya, a city by the Red Sea called Al Qunfunda. The al-Baḥah region is the home of two Azd tribes, the Ghamid and the Zahran.
Cities, towns & villages in Al Bahah
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BaljurashiBaljurashi or Biljurashi (Arabic: بلجرشي‎‎) is a city in Al Bahah Region, south-western Saudi Arabia. It is located at around 19°51′34″N 41°33′26″E / 19.85944°N 41.55722°E in the elevation of cca 2000 metres. It was the capital of the region which includes the tribes of Ghamid and Zahran. It is a medium-sized city in Al Bahah Region. The temperature usually varies between 2C in winter and 30C in summer. The best time for a visit is from mid-August till the end of September. Most of the native people of Baljurashi live outside it; however, a great number of them spend their summer vacations in the city, which explains the massive increase in population number during summer. Show Baljurashion the map
Al BahahAl Bahah (Arabic: الباحة‎‎ Al Bāḥa) is a city in the south west of Saudi Arabia. It is the capital of Al Bahah Region nestled between the resorts of Mecca and Abha, Al Baha is one of the Kingdom’s prime tourist attractions. It enjoys a pleasant climate and is surrounded by more than forty forests, including Raghdan, al Zaraeb and Baidan. Al Baha is the headquarters of the Governor, local councils and branches of governmental departments. Receiving the state's special attention, the city of Al Baha abounds in educational, tourist and health institutions, It is considered the capital of the Ghamdi and Zahrani tribes in Saudi Arabia, And most of its inhabitants are from the native tribes. Show Al Bahahon the map
ḨajrahHajrah (Arabic: الحجرة‎‎) is a town about 150 km (93 mi) south-east of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia Muhammad ventured here to complete his journey and mission to spread Islam. Although he was exiled from Mecca, he returned shortly after amassing followers in Hajrah. Show Ḩajrahon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Al Bahah
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Minţaqat al BāḩahAl-Bahah Region (Arabic: الباحة‎‎ al-Bāḥah pronounced [alˈbaːħa]) is a region of Saudi Arabia. Al-Baḥah is located in the southwestern of the Hejaz region. It has an area of 9,921 km², and a population of 411,888 (2010). Its capital is Al Bahah. The al- Baḥah region includes al-Baḥah city, Almikhwah and Baljorashi. Baljorashi has a famous traditional market known as sooqe as-sabt, which translates to English as \"Saturday market\". The Baljorashi market is very old and its exact age is unknown. This market opens after the Fajr prayer, or around 5 A.M. local time. The market closes around noon. People come from all over the region to buy and sell handmade goods. Other cities in the al-Bahah region include Baljourashi, Almikhwah, Rahwat Albar, Sabt Alalaya, a city by the Red Sea called Al QunfShow on map
Different buildings in Al Bahah
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Al-Baha Domestic AirportAl-Baha Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار الباحة المحلي‎‎, IATA: ABT, ICAO: OEBA) is an airport serving Al-Baha (also spelled Al Bahah), the capital of Al Bahah Province in Saudi Arabia. The airport was launched on 1 June 1983.Show on map