ThePlace: Saudi Arabia’s Al-Kheraibah, an archeological treasure trove

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Updated 28 December 2019

ThePlace: Saudi Arabia’s Al-Kheraibah, an archeological treasure trove

  • Various isolated mud walls with stone foundations, as well as a large collection of beads and pots, were found in this area

It is an archeological area located within Madain Saleh. Thomedians lived in this area before the advent of the Nabataeans.
Various isolated mud walls with stone foundations, as well as a large collection of beads and pots, were found in this area.
Stone basins for watering sheep and keeping waterfowl were used. Some small clay figurines in human forms were also found. Copious material made of wood, various metals and ivory, as well as ancient coins and various kinds of potteries were also found.


Madinah governor reviews vital transport project

Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman. (SPA)
Updated 29 September 2020

Madinah governor reviews vital transport project

  • The BRT project consists of two main 52-km lanes and 33 parking stations

MADINAH: Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman on Monday chaired a meeting to review a bus rapid transit (BRT) project for Madinah.
He said the project will help create new job opportunities for the people of the region.
The project will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2021.
The BRT project consists of two main 52-km lanes and 33 parking stations. The first lane will start from Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport station and it will end at the west station of Madinah passing through the Prophet’s Mosque station, the Haramain express station, and the Knowledge Economic City station.
The second lane will begin from Sayed Al-Shuhada Square Station to the Miqat Mosque.