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Saudi Arabia:


Except for the south western province of Asir, Saudi Arabia has a desert climate with extremely high day-time temperatures and a sharp temperature drop at night. Average summer temperatures are around 45 C, but can be as high as 54 C. In the winter the temperature rarely drops below 0 C. In the spring and autumn the heat is temperate, temperatures average around 29 C. Annual rainfall is extremely low.

Saudi Arabia language refers to the main languages, which are spoken by the natives of Saudi Arabia. The most popular and widely spoken Saudi Arabia language is Arabic; it is also the official language of the country. English is also widely spoken by the Saudi Arabian people, mainly among the business groups. English is a compulsory second language in all Saudi Arabian schools.

The Riyal, ( ISO 4217 code: SAR) is the currency of Saudi Arabia. It is abbreviated as ر.س or SR (Saudi Riyal). It is subdivided into 100 Halalas (Arabic: هللة). The Saudi Ghirsh is 5 Halalas.

Saudi Arabia's population as of the April 2010 Census was 27, 136, 977: 18, 707, 576 Saudi nationals and 8, 429, 401 non-nationals.[1] Until the 1960s, most of the population was nomadic or seminomadic; due to rapid economic and urban growth, more than 95% of the population now is settled.
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Riyadh is the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia. It is also the capital of Riyadh Province, and belongs to the historical regions of Nejd and Al-Yamama.
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