السبت، 20 مايو، 2017

تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة الدمام

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Dammam ad-Dammām is the capital of the eastern province of ach-Charqiya of Saudi Arabia, on the Persian Gulf.
History
Dammam was first inhabited by the Al Dossary tribe and a number of members of Howela families around 1923. Families led by Sheikh Ahmed Ibn Abdullah ibn Hassan Al Dossary migrated from Bahrain and King Abdelaziz Al-Saud granted them To settle in that region. Dammam was immediately chosen because he was close to the island of Bahrain while the clan hoped to return, but British domination in the region put an end to this prospect (dividi and impera). Years later, Sheikh Ahmed's brother moved further south where he established his family in Al Khobar, which was already inhabited at that time. However, this small episode is enough for Khobar to boost its population growth and to strengthen ties with the biggest city that was Dammam. The origins of the name "Dammam" are controversial, since some assert that it would come from an onomatopoeia given to this region of drum noise giving the alarm, melody called "damdamah", others claiming that the name comes from the word Arabic "dawwama" (whirlwind) that indicates a coastal site that boats should avoid.
On March 4, 1938, oil sprang from the Dammam No. 7. Since 1933, engineers, geologists and workers of Standard Oil of California were prospecting for Bahrain's black gold but the wells were not profitable enough. A year later, a 63 km pipeline linking the Dammam oil field to the port of Ras-Tanura is inaugurated. This is the beginning of fortune for the Saudi king Ibn Saoud. The well was closed in 1982 after producing 32 million barrels of black gold2.
In the early 1980s, Dammam was a separate city but so close to Al Khobar and Dhahran that the traveler could move from one to the other in a few minutes. With the continual expansion of the whole Kingdom, the three cities were merged into a single agglomeration, creating the metropolitan area of
​​Dammam. Each town in the urban area retains its own rules and local administrative functions, but within the kingdom, the area of ​​Dammam forms a single administrative entity.
The great Dammam has a population of about 2 million inhabitants.
Climate
The climate of Dammam is particularly hot in summer with temperatures peaking in July-August up to 52 ° C with a humidity of 70 to 99%. However in winter the temperatures can drop to softer levels up to 6 ° C.
transport network
King Faad International Airport
The city is served by the King Fahd International Airport, the largest airport in the world in terms of area. It is located 20 km to the northwest connected to the agglomeration by a 2x4 lane highway.
Railway
The Saudi Railways Organization operates a double freight and passenger line between Riyadh and Dammam via Al-Hofuf and Haradh. Eventually this line should be extended to Jeddah, serving Mecca and Medina, another extension would link Riyadh to Ha'il in northern Arabia. The project management is entrusted to H O'Donovan.
A second project is to place Dammam on the route of the Gulf Railway, a railway line on the Arabian shore of the Persian Gulf between Basrah (Iraq) and Muscat (Oman).
Port of King Abdelaziz
Located on the Persian Gulf, founded in the late 1940s, it is the second largest Saudi port after Jeddah.
highways
Khobar, Dhahran, Qatif and other cities are connected to Dammam with 2x3 lanes or 2x4 lanes, which is connected to the entire Saudi motorway network.

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