Academy launches second Arabic language program for non-native speakers

Academy launches second Arabic language program for non-native speakers
Academy launches second Arabic language program for non-native speakers

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - MAKKAH: The captivating Al-Arousa rock formation, located 100 km north of AlUla, is one of the region’s most prominent attractions.

It sits amid a collection of distinctive rock formations, and according to Dr. Salma Hawsawi, a professor of ancient history, the archaeological evidence found in the area is proof of the civilizations that once lived there.

AlUla is located in the middle of Wadi Al-Qura, surrounded by mountains from the east and west.

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• Al-Arousa, which is about 100 meters high, was formed thousands of years ago and has kept its current shape due to natural conditions.

• The rock formations in the AlUla region are considered natural wonders of the world because they were created without any human intervention.

High temperatures, strong solar radiation and dry continental winds are a feature of this desert area in summer. The temperatures decrease in the mountainous highlands, and in the spring and autumn the weather is characterized by moderate coolness and warmth during the day.

Hawsawi said: “Climatic and geographical conditions have led to the formation of rocks in the area in human and animal shapes.”

Al-Arousa, which is about 100 meters high, was formed thousands of years ago and has kept its current shape due to natural conditions. The formation is commonly thought to resemble a woman standing tall, wearing a beautiful dress.

Behind the figure is another rock formation that could be considered an extension of the dress, especially as it appears the figure is holding onto the hem of the garment. It could also be imagined as a seat with inscriptions on it. The figure has been interpreted by some to resemble an aristocratic woman or a queen due to the shape of the dress, which in local culture and customs would fit a grand occasion.

All the rock formations in the area are considered natural wonders of the world because they were created without any human intervention. Other distinctive rock formations in the area include Ship Mountain, Elephant Mountain and Arch Mountain.

Hawsawi said that AlUla has a rich historical and cultural depth with visitors feeling like they are traveling through different civilizations in time.

The diverse landscape of AlUla and its rich history and heritage continues to attract visitors. From researchers interested in studying historical sites to tourists wanting to explore the Kingdom’s landmarks and engage in recreational and adventurous activities, AlUla’s grand beauty and allure makes it one of the most prominent regions.

 

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