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Why was the Arabian Gulf called this name?


The Arabian Gulf :

The Arabian Gulf is considered one of the most important bodies of water that has played a large role in the field of world trade between East and West since ancient times. As it was a center for the promotion of goods and goods, and for a civilized exchange between Arab civilizations and major civilizations in the East, such as China and India, it must be noted that the Arabian Gulf is distinguished by its various terrain; It consists of plains, mountains and sandy beaches.


 Why is the Arabian Gulf called by this name:
The Arabian Gulf was named after his location. Whereas it is considered the water arm of the Arabian Sea; As it extends from the Gulf of Oman in the south to the Shatt al-Arab in the north, with a length of about 965 km, and an area of ​​about 233,100 km, while its width reaches about 370 km in the Strait of Hormuz, and it lives on the bank of the Arabian Gulf both from the western side; Where the Sultanate of Oman, Bahrain, the Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, and oil, or from the eastern side in the Arabistan region (Lengeh, Al-Ahwaz), it must be noted that the name of the Arabian Gulf is the name adopted in the Arabic language, and used by all Arab countries It is also used in the Arab documents used in the United Nations.

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