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Founded in 1932 and officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia is bordered by Jordan and Iraq to the northeast, Yemen to the south, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the east and Oman to the southeast. Its coastlines comprise the Red Sea to the west of the country and the Persian Gulf to east. Covering an area of almost 870,000 square miles (2.25 million sq. km.), it is the largest state in Western Asia. Saudi Arabia has a population of approximately 27 million people, made up of 16 million Saudi nationals, nine million foreign expatriates and around two million illegal immigrants. 

 

Saudi Arabia's geography is characterized by desert and is dominated by the Arabian Desert, which is effectively a collection of linked deserts. While there are very few rivers and lakes, Saudi Arabia has an abundance of 'wadis' (lush, green oases containing palm trees, grasses and flowers). The highest point in Saudi Arabia is Mount Sawda, which is 10,279 feet high (3,133 meters) and is located in the mountainous province of Asir in the southwest of the country. The majority of Saudi Arabia has a desert climate, characterized by hot dry days and much cooler nights, while the coastline is humid and the southwest province of Asir is influenced by Indian Ocean monsoons.

 

Arabic is Saudi Arabia's official language, with the principal variants spoken by Saudis being Hejazi Arabic, Nejdi Arabic and Persian Gulf. The vast expatriate contingent also speaks a variety of languages, the most spoken of these being Malayalam, Tagalog, Urdu and Egyptian Arabic.

 

More than 30% of the population consists of foreign nationals, including significant numbers of Indians, Pakistanis, Egyptians, Yemenis, Bangladeshis, Filipinos, Jordanians/Palestinians, Indonesians, Sri Lankans, Sudanese, Syrians and Turks. Around 100,000 Westerners reside in Saudi Arabia.

 

Saudi Arabia is the world's 37th richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita and contains the world's second largest oil reserves (around 260 billion barrels) and the sixth largest gas reserves. With oil accounting for over 90% of export earnings, Saudi Arabia is the world's second largest exporter of oil. Key exports include oil and fuel products, chemicals, iron and steel products, and fertilizers. 

 

The food of Saudi Arabia, while similar to that of other Persian Gulf countries, has also been influenced by African, Persian and Turkish cuisine. Rice is a key ingredient of Saudi cuisine and is served with meat (usually chicken, lamb and mutton). Popular dishes include 'machbūs' (rice with fish or shrimp), kebabs and grilled meats are also popular. Due to Islamic dietary flaws, the consumption of pork is forbidden. Bread is part of most meals and is of the flat, unleavened variety. The beverage of choice is coffee, served Turkish style.

 

Particularly strict dress rules are followed in Saudi Arabia, in accordance with the Islamic principle of modesty, 'hijab'. Garments are loose, long and flowing and headdresses are commonly worn by men and women. Women are required to dress modestly in public. 

 

The development of some areas of culture has been limited due to censorship, especially with regard to literature and cinema. Under Sunni Islamic law, the representation of humans is prohibited in visual art forms, which are consequently characterized by abstract, geometric and floral designs. As in other areas of the Middle East, traditional music and dance are part of traditional Saudi culture.