السبت، 20 مايو، 2017

تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة أبها



تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة أبها
تعبير عن مدينة أبها
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Abha is the capital of the province of Asir, in the south-west of Saudi Arabia.
The town is 2,300 meters above sea level and has a population of 201,912. It is a resort town, especially for wealthy Saudis, who are fleeing the hot weather, between the months of March to October. In Abha, the thermometer never exceeds 30 ° C thanks to its altitude.
Tourisme
       Asir Tourisme Board : tours anglophones (et francophones en été) : Alianfa, Rejal Al-Maa, Al-Soudah, Habalah...
       Shada Palace,
       Centre : le carré des 4 rues King Saoud, King Faisal,King Khaled, Prince Abdullah,
       maisons traditionnelles,
       marché du mardi,
       Asir National Park Abha Visitors Center, sud ouest de la ville, accès soumis à autorisation,
       Hôtels : Al-Bellad, Al-Masif, New Abha, InterContinental,, Medina, Taif...
       Restaurants : Al-Tahy, Green Mountain,
       Aéroport à 26 km : de/vers Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam,
       Bus : de/vers Jizan, Riyadh, Najran, Khamis Mushayt
       History
       Abha was the capital city for the Prince of Asir Ibn Ayde under the authority of the Ottoman Empire until World War I.[2] In 1918, the Prince of Asir, Yahya bin Hasun Al Ayde grandson of Ibn Ayed, returned to his family throne conquered in Abha with complete independence. In 1920, the Asir area joined with Ibn Saud during the Unification of Saudi Arabia.
       Abha has many historic places such as forts and other locations thanks to the regions cultural heritage.
       Transportation
       A coastal road connecting Jeddah and Abha was completed in 1979.[2] A SAPTCO bus station connects Abha to other destinations within Saudi Arabia.
       Abha Regional  is Abha's main airport. International connections are available to Yemen (Sana'a), Egypt (Cairo), Qatar (Doha) and the UAE (Dubai, Sharjah), as well as to other destinations within Saudi Arabia.
       Construction of Dutch-designed Abha Airport began in mid-1975, and flights began in 1977. Before construction of the airport, domestic flights were serviced by the military airport near Khamis Mushait by Ali Misfer Ibn Misfer who was founder of Aviation in Abha in 1945
       Landmarks and notable buildings
       The city of Abha is composed of four quarters, the largest of which contains a fortress. Hilltop fortresses are a characteristic feature of the city.[2] Shadda Palace, built in 1927, is now a museum displaying local handicrafts and household items.[3] Other notable buildings in Abha include the Abha Great Mosque,[3] the Al-Tahy restaurant,[4] the Abha Palace Hotel, and the funpark next to Lake Sadd.[3] The New Abha five-star hotel is a recent construction on the lake, 1.5 km southwest of the town.[3] The head office and the main printing presses of Al Watan, a major Saudi daily, are in Abha.
       Culture
       The Saudi government has promoted Abha as a tourist destination. The city hosts events to attract visitors to the city and its surroundings, including the summer Abha Festival, sporting events, shows, exhibitions, and musical performances poets and singers. The artist Talal Maddah died on stage during one such performance in Abha.[5]
       Education
       King Khalid University is a public university in Abha. The University was established in 1999 by merging the Imam Muhammed bin Saud University of Islamic Studies and the King Saud University of the South.
       Geography and climate
       Abha is located in the southern region of Asir at an elevation of 2270 meters (7448 feet) above sea level.[citation needed]. Abha lies on the western edge of Mount al-Hijaz,[2] near Jabal Sawda, claimed by some to be the highest peak in Saudi Arabia.
       The climate of Abha is cold and semi-arid (Köppen: BSk)[6] and it is influenced by city's high elevation The city's weather is generally mild throughout the year, becoming noticeably cooler during the “low-sun” season. Abha seldom sees temperatures rise above 35 °C (95.0 °F) during the course of the year. The city averages 278 millimetres (11 in) of rainfall annually, with the bulk of the precipitation occurring between February and April, with a secondary minor wet season in July and August.

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