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Map of Northern Borders district in Saudi Arabia

Basic information about Northern_Borders
The Northern Borders Region (Arabic: منطقة الحدود الشمالية Al-Ḥudūd Aš-Šamāliyya) is the least populated region of Saudi Arabia. It is located in the north of the country, bordering Iraq and Jordan. It has an area of 111,797 km² and a population of 320,524 at the 2010 census (preliminary result). The region is sub-divided into three governorates: 'Ar'ar, Rafha and Turayf. Its capital is 'Ar'ar.
Cities, towns & villages in Northern Borders
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TuraifTuraif (Arabic: طريف‎‎) is a town in Northern Borders Province (also known as Al-Hudud ash Shamaliyah), Saudi Arabia, close to the border with Jordan. Turaif is located at a bend in Highway 85 as it turns west to Jordan. It is located at around 31°40′39″N 38°39′11″E / 31.67750°N 38.65306°E. As of 2010, it has a population of 48,929. The city of Turaif is one of the cities that have been established because of the presence of international oil pipeline. Show Turaifon the map
ArarArar (Arabic: عرعر‎‎ ʿArʿar [ˈʕarʕar]) is the capital of Northern Borders Province in Saudi Arabia. It has a population of 145,237 (2004 census). Arar is located to the north-east of Saudi Arabia on the Iraqi border. It is known for its fertile pasture lands which lends itself well to its principal occupation of sheep and camel herding. The population of the entire Northern Borders Province, including the cities of Rafha, Turayf and Alaoiqilah and suburban villages and their inhabitants, was 320,524 at the 2010 census. Arar serves as a significant supply stop for travelers on the Saudi Arabian highway 85. Show Araron the map
RafhaRafha (Arabic: رفحاء‎‎) is a town in the north of Saudi Arabia, close to the border with Iraq. It is located at around 29°38′19″N 43°30′5″E / 29.63861°N 43.50139°E. Rafha had a population of 80,544 at the 2010 Census. After Arar, it is the second largest city in the Northern Borders Province (also known as Al-Hudud ash Shamaliyah). Currently the Ministry of Housing is building over 600 new villas for the local population and others and making significant improvements to the local infrastructure. Show Rafhaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Northern Borders
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Minţaqat al Ḩudūd ash ShamālīyahThe Northern Borders Region (Arabic: منطقة الحدود Al-Ḥudūd Aš-Šamāliyya) is the least populated region of Saudi Arabia. It is located in the north of the country, bordering Iraq and Jordan. It has an area of 111,797 km² and a population of 320,524 at the 2010 census (preliminary result). The region is sub-divided into three governorates: 'Ar'ar, Rafha and Turayf. Its capital is 'Ar'ar.Show on map
Different buildings in Northern Borders
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Rafha Domestic AirportRafha Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار رفحاء المحلي‎‎, IATA: RAH, ICAO: OERF) is an airport serving Rafha, a town in Northern Borders Province, Saudi Arabia. It is located almost halfway between Hafr al-Batin (about 275 kilometres (171 mi) to the southeast) and Arar (about 280 kilometres (174 mi) to the northwest).Show on map
Arar Domestic AirportArar Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار عرعر المحلي‎‎, IATA: RAE, ICAO: OERR) is an airport serving Arar (also spelled ʿArʿar), the capital of Northern Borders Province in Saudi Arabia. The began operations on 1 June 1981.Show on map
Turaif Domestic AirportTuraif Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار طريف المحلي‎‎, IATA: TUI, ICAO: OETR) is an airport serving Turaif, a town in Northern Borders Province, Saudi Arabia. The nearest airports are Arar Domestic Airport in Arar and Gurayat Domestic Airport in Gurayat (Qurayyat).Show on map