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Map of Tabuk district in Saudi Arabia

Basic information about Tabuk
Tabuk Region (Arabic: تبوك Tabūk), also spelled Tabouk, is a region of Saudi Arabia, located along the north-west coast of the country, facing Egypt across the Red Sea. It has an area of 146,072 km² and a population of 791,595 (2010). Its capital is Tabuk. The governor is Fahd bin Sultan since 1987.
Cities, towns & villages in Tabuk
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Al WajhAl Wajh (Arabic: الوجه‎‎), also written Al Wejh, is a coastal town in north-western Saudi Arabia, situated on the coast of the Red Sea. The town is located in the Tabuk Province.It is one of the largest cities in Tabuk region, with a population of 50,000 as of 2013. Al Wajh is a comparatively small town, inhabited mainly by citizens from Al Balawi, Al Huety and Al Johani Tribes. Fishing is a primary activity of the town's residents and the port is the central location where this occurs - the Al Wajh port used to be one of the main shipping centres in the region 50 years ago. Show Al Wajhon the map
Taymā’Tayma /ˈtaɪmə/ (Arabic: تيماء‎‎) or Tema /ˈtiːmə/ is a large oasis with a long history of settlement, located in northwestern Saudi Arabia at the point where the trade route between Yathrib (Medina) and Dumah (al-Jawf) begins to cross the Nefud desert. Tayma is located 264 km southeast of the city of Tabouk, and about 400 km north of Medina. Show Taymā’on the map
TabukTabuk (Arabic: تبوك‎‎ Tabūk), also spelled Tabouk, is the capital city of the Tabuk Region in northwestern Saudi Arabia. It has a population of 534,893 (2010 census). Tabuk is close to the Jordan–Saudi Arabia border. It houses the largest air force base in Saudi Arabia. Show Tabukon the map
DubaDuba (Arabic: ضبا‎‎) is a small city on the northern Red Sea coast, of Saudi Arabia. It is in Tabuk Province. Local citizens describe it as The Pearl of the Red Sea. The population of Duba is about 22,000. Show Dubaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Tabuk
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Minţaqat TabūkTabuk Region (Arabic: تبوك‎‎ Tabūk), also spelled Tabouk, is a region of Saudi Arabia, located along the north-west coast of the country, facing Egypt across the Red Sea. It has an area of 146,072 km² and a population of 791,595 (2010). Its capital is Tabuk. The governor is Fahd bin Sultan since 1987.Show on map
Different buildings in Tabuk
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Tabuk Regional AirportTabuk Regional (Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz ) Airport (IATA: TUU, ICAO: OETB) is an international and public airport in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia. It was a former military airport until its recent renovation to become a public airport, but it still has military defenses against Israel and its neighboring countries. Despite being an international airport, it only serves a few foreign destinations. It has plans to increase the number of international destinations to other neighboring countries. The airport has a single terminal building which uses air bridges for planes to disembark and load passengers. The airport was named after the late minister of Defence and crown prince Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz.Show on map
Al Wajh Domestic AirportAl Wajh Domestic Airport (Arabic: مطار الوجه المحلي‎‎, IATA: EJH, ICAO: OEWJ) is an airport in Al Wajh (also spelled Wejh or Wedjh), a town in Tabuk Province, Saudi Arabia.Show on map