Ahad Rafidah

Ahad Rafidah
Ahad Rafidah is located in Saudi Arabia
Ahad Rafidah
Ahad Rafidah
Location in Saudi Arabia
Coordinates: 18°12′16″N 42°48′47″E / 18.20444°N 42.81306°E / 18.20444; 42.81306Coordinates: 18°12′16″N 42°48′47″E / 18.20444°N 42.81306°E / 18.20444; 42.81306
Country Saudi Arabia
Region'Asir
Population
 (2010 census)
57,112
Time zoneUTC+3

Ahad Rafidah (Arabic: احد رفيده) is a province in southern Saudi Arabia in the 'Asir Region. The number of its affiliated villages is 144 villages, and its population is close to one hundred thousand people.[1] The majority of citizens in this city are from the Qahtani tribe. [2]

Location

Together with Khamis Mushait and Abha, Ahad Rafidah is centrally located in Wadi Bisha.[3] It is 15 km southeast from Khamis Mushait and about 30 km east of Abha. Ahad Rafidah is located on the national road 15. It is about 100 km southwest from the Red Sea and 110 km north of the Yemeni border.

References

  1. ^ "About the municipality" (in Arabic).{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ Citypopulation
  3. ^ Oktay Ural (Hrsg.): Housing: the impact of economy and technology Pergamon policy studies on urban and regional affairs. Pergamon Press, 1981, ISBN 0-08-028066-8, S. 121.
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