Geography of Saudi Arabia

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Saudi Arabia?
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What is the most populous city on the Arabian peninsula?
Riyadh
What gulf, also known as the "Arabian Gulf", does Saudi Arabia share borders with?
Persian Gulf
What is the most populous Saudi city that overlooks the above?
Dammam
To what Saudi city do the Muslims travel for the Hajj?
Mecca
What is the name of the famous mosque in that city Muslims go to?
Grand Mosque
What small cube-shaped building in that mosque is holiest location in Islam?
Kaaba
What is the largest mammal that inhabits the country?
Camel
What tiny country shares land borders only with Saudi Arabia?
Qatar
What major sea is located between Saudi Arabia and Africa?
Red Sea
What is the most populous Saudi city that overlooks the above?
Jeddah
What is the birth country of the greatest number of foreign-born residents in Saudi Arabia?
India
What nomadic ethnic group famously calls Saudi Arabia home?
Bedouin
What is the currency of Saudi Arabia?
Riyal
What country borders Saudi Arabia on a small, man-made island called "Passport Island"?
Bahrain
What is the name of the bridge and causeway series Saudi Arabia borders
that country through?
King Fahd
What Saudi city is the burial place of the Muhammad?
Medina
Between what major peninsula and Saudi Arabia is the Gulf of Aqaba located?
Sinai
Saudi Arabia is the largest country without any of what type of geographical feature?
River
With what country does Saudi Arabia share its longest border?
Yemen
What is the only country that has more proven oil reserves than Saudi Arabia?
Venezuela
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Level 74
May 12, 2020
Great, as always