Jiddah

(from the article `Bahrain`) ...other islands in the group are Nab li, Al-Muammadiyyah (Umm al-abbn), Umm al-Na`sn (linked by the King Fahd Causeway), and Jiddah. The second ...
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Jiddah

city and major port in central Hejaz region, western Saudi Arabia. It lies along the Red Sea west of Mecca. The principal importance of Jiddah in ... [5 related articles]
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Jiddah

Port in Hejaz, Saudi Arabia, on the eastern shore of the Red Sea, about 80 km/50 mi west of Mecca; population (2004) 2,801,500. The country's leading industrial centre, its industries include cement, steel, oil refining, and pottery. It exports animal hides, mother-of-pearl, coffee, and carpets. Pilgrims, many of whom now arrive...
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Jiddah

[n] - port city in western Saudi Arabia on the Red Sea
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