World's largest country without a river #saudiarabia #landofdesert #desert

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Saudi Arabia is the largest Arab country in Asia and the Arabian Peninsula (about 2 150 000 square miles), making up a large part of the Arabian Peninsula and the second largest Arab country in the world. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was founded by Abd al-Aziz Al Saud in 1932, although the conquests that led to the creation of the Kingdom in 1902, when he captured Riyadh, an ancestral home of his family, a House of Saud, known in Arabic Such as Al Saud.

Saudi Arabia does not have any permanent rivers, but does have numerous wadis which are riverbeds that are either permanently or intermittently dry. Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest country without a river. 95% of the country is considered a desert or semi desert.