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Physical Features of the ME

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FC: Physical Features of the Middle East

1: Carolina Frederick

2: Arabian Desert

3: Oasis | Spans over 137987.90 sq. miles of land | An Oasis is a patch of plants and some freshwater | In the Summer, it reaches 104-122 degrees ferinheight | The Arabian Desert is located in Saudi Arabia

4: Mediteranian Sea | It is surrounded by Turkey, Jordan, Spain, Moracco, Algeria, Libya, Greece, Italy, France, Isreal, Egypt, and many more small countries | This Sea is the world's Largest inland sea

5: It is 965,000 square miles | It connects to the Atlantic Ocean through the Strait of Gibralt

7: Red Sea | In the Old Testament in the Bible, Moses parts the Red Sea and frees the Jews from captivity of Egyptians | The Red Sea is near Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Sudan and the tip of Jordan. (plus many more little countries) | It's Hebrew Name is Yam Suf

8: Rub Al Khali | The empty desert has no population, no one lives there | The desert is 225,000 square miles

9: Makes up 25 percent of Saudi Arabia% | Is located in the Southern part of the Arabian Desert

10: Black Sea | Spans over 159,600 square miles

11: Black Sea | Also an inland sea | Surrounded by Turkey Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Ukraine

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Carolina Frederick
  • By: Carolina F.
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  • Title: Physical Features of the ME
  • For Social Studies Project
  • Tags: social, studies, social studies, arabian, desert, Arabian Desert, Saudi Arabia, Physical Features, middle east, sea, Mediterranean Sea, mediterranean, Black Sea, Red Sea, Rub Al Khali, education, carolina, Frederick, Sunday, november, 6, 2011
  • Published: about 8 years ago