السبت، 20 مايو، 2017

تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة حائل





تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة حائل   
تعبير عن مدينة حائل   
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Hail also spelled Hail, Ha'yel, or Hayil is a city of Saudi Arabia, located in the province of Hail (north of the Nejd region). The city, which currently has more than 300,000 inhabitants, was once the capital of a powerful emirate controlled by the Al Rashid family, the rival of the Al-Saud until the creation of the present Saudi kingdom.
The Prince Abdulaziz bin Mousaed Economic City is expected to revitalize the region.
transport network
Haïl is served by:
• a regional airport, including connections to Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Medina and Sakaka;
• national roads: 65 and 70.
Tourism
• the Qishlah Palace (en)
• the Al-Qashalah Fortress
• the Hail Museum
• Fort 'Airil
• the souk,
• Hotels and restaurants: Hotel Sahai Hall, Al-Jabalain Hotel, Lebanese House; *
Popular culture
Hail appears in volume 7 of the Adventures of Buck Danny "Traffickers of the Red Sea". It was in Haiti that an air force was stationed on an air base in the colors of the Royal Air Force.
Sights
       Barzan Market is in the place where many years ago stood the Barzan Palace of the Al Rashid extended family who governed the area around Ha'il.
       Friday Market is a traditional-style souk, held on Friday because it is a national weekend.
       Garden Mall is the largest shopping mall in Hail,it has shops like lifestyle,shoe mart,babyshop,H&M,giordano,iconic etc. "Samah Center" became the second largest shopping center in Ha'il. The third being the "Hyper panda" shopping mall.
       Barzan Palace was a historic palace that used to be located in Ha'il up until the 1920s. It was built in 1808 by Prince Muhammad bin Abdul-Muhsin Al Ali over an area of more than 300,000 square meters. The Palace was completed during the rule of the 2nd Rashidi amir, Talal Ibn Abdullah (1848–68). The Palace consisted of 3 floors, the first had the reception halls, gardens, and kitchens. The second had the diplomatic guest rooms. The third had the royal family rooms. It was near Barzan Market.
Main article: Barzan palace
       Airif Fort (also spelled Oreif) is on a hill on the edge of the city. It is a mud-brick (adobe) fort built over 200 years ago as a combined observation post and stronghold. There is a beautiful view of the city from the main watchtower.
       Qishlah Fortress, (also spelled Qashalah) Fortress, is an impressive sight located in the center of Ha'il. The current building was built in the 1940s while prince Abdul-Aziz bin Musa'ad Al Saud held office in Ha'il province. It is the largest traditional mud-brick fortress in Ha'il and is very well restored and preserved both outside and inside. It was used mostly as a barracks. Its two floors are 142.8x141.2 meters high, its walls are 8.5m high, and it has eight large watch-towers along with the wall with two main gates, eastern and western, and has a large inner courtyard with old military items on exhibition.
Main article: Qishlah
       At-Turathy Restaurant is a large historical mud-brick building located in Ha'il center which is used as a traditional restaurant. Its appearance is half-restaurant, half-museum with a large number of local traditional items used as decorations. The atmosphere is very traditional, food is traditional, and seating is on the floor.
       Ha'il Roundabouts are located in different parts of the city. These have large sculptures of traditional items located in the center of the traffic rotaries which are decorative fountains. One has a Gerba (traditional animal skin canteen) built as a fountain, another has a Mabakara (traditional incense burner) with Dellahs (traditional coffee pots) and cups around it built as a fountain.
       Ha'il Museum is the museum of the city of Ha'il. It is also one of the places where visitors can buy permits to see the petroglyphs near Jubbah Oasis, the other place being Ateeq Naif al-Shammari's Jubbah Palace of Heritage museum just off the main street in the town of Jubbah itself. The rock carvings, which are believed to date from 5500 BC are in an area that is about an hour and a half from Ha'il city by car. Tours to the Najd desert can also be organized there.
       Aja Palace is located on the outskirts of the city. It is where the current governor of Ha'il province His Royal Highness Prince Saud Bin Abdul Mohsen Bin Abdul Aziz al Saud lives. It can only be seen from a distance - from the main highway nearby. It is a residential compound and as such is not open to the general public for sightseeing.
       Ha'il Rally is an important event in Ha'il and even in Saudi Arabia as it is the first car rally in Saudi Arabia, which started in 2006 and was approved by FIA in 2008.[5]
       Ha'il Desert Life Festival is an annual festival held in the province of Ha'il to celebrate and exchange experiences about desert life and culture around the world.[6]
Ha'il University
History
The University of Ha'il (UoH) started as a community college, called Ha'il Community College (HCC), under the auspices of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) in September 1998. HCC was the first Community College to open in a planned expansion of educational opportunities for Saudi Arabian high school graduates. HCC started by offering three-year associate degree programs in Business Administration, Computer Systems, and Electronic Engineering and Instrumentation. Later on, HCC offered three Bachelor degree programs in Applied Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Management Information Systems. The University of Ha'il was officially established on 14 June 2006.[7] The university consisted of five colleges: College of MedicineCollege of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences, College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Computer Science & Computer Engineering, and Community College. The first students were admitted on 11 February 2006. In 2007, two existing colleges joined the university, the men's Ha'il Teachers College (now called the College of Education)and the Girls College of Education. These two colleges were originally under the auspices of the Ministry of Education. The university enrollment has now grown to more than 32,000 students
The University has several campuses inside the city, and is expanding. It has as a new campus under construction, which is located to the north of the city and covers an area of more than 9,000,000 m2 (96,875,194 sq ft).[
Transportation
Highways
Ha'il is located on Saudi Arabian highways 65,70 and 400, and is connected to 3 main highways, Madinah, Buraydah, and Jouf Highways, which connect Ha'il with the northern borders of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Jordan.
Rail System
Ha'il has an important logistical role in northern Saudi Arabia's rail system (SAR). In 2008 Ha'il is the site of a concrete sleeper plant for railway construction. A railway (the north-south line) was completed in 2015 that extends from Riyadh to Al Hadeetha in northern Saudi Arabia through Ha'il as part of the expansion of the Saudi railway system railway. A new SAR railway passenger station was completed in 2015. It is planned that commercial operation of this station will start in the fourth quarter of 2017 with trips to Riyadh.
Airport
Ha'il Regional Airport (IATA:HAS, ICAO:OEHL) is a regional airport located to the southeast of Ha'il city, which is mainly served by Saudi Arabian Airlines and to a limited extent by flydubai, flynas, Air Arabia and Nesma Airlines. A new international airport was planned to be constructed near Ha'il city, in the Prince Abdulaziz Bin Mousaed Economic City (PABMEC), as Ha'il has a strategic location in the Middle East because it takes only one hour by plane to reach 11 Arab capitals

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