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Saudi Arabia Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

What is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?
A: Saudi Arabia is a country in Western Asia constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula.

What is its land area?
A: Approximately 2,150,000 km2 (830,000 sq mi).

Saudi Arabia is the largest sovereign state in the what?
A: Middle East.

It’s the second-largest in the Arab world after what?
A: Algeria.

Saudi Arabia is bordered by what two countries to the north?
A: Jordan and Iraq.

What country borders Saudi Arabia to the northeast?
A: Kuwait.

Which countries border Saudi Arabia to the east?
A: Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.

What country borders Saudi Arabia to the southeast?
A: Oman.

What country borders it to the south?
A: Yemen.

What separates it from Israel and Egypt?
A: The Gulf of Aqaba.

It is the only nation with both a Red Seacoast and a what?
A: Persian Gulf coast.

Most of its terrain consists of what?
A: Arid desert, lowland and mountains.

As of October 2018, Saudi Arabia is the largest economy where?
A: In the Middle East.

Saudi Arabia is the 18th largest economy in the what?
A: World.

The territory that now constitutes Saudi Arabia was the site of several what?
A: Ancient cultures and civilizations.

The prehistory of Saudi Arabia shows some of the earliest traces of what?
A: Human activity.

What religion emerged in modern-day Saudi Arabia?
A: Islam.

In the early 7th century, what Islamic prophet united the population of Arabia and created a single Islamic religious polity?
A: Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Following his death in 632, what did his followers do?
A: They rapidly expanded the territory under Muslim rule beyond Arabia, conquering huge and unprecedented swathes of territory.

The area of modern-day Saudi Arabia formerly consisted of mainly what four distinct regions?
A: Hejaz, Najd, parts of Eastern Arabia, and Southern Arabia.

When was the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia founded?
A: In 1932 by Ibn Saud.

How did he unite the four regions into a single state?
A: Through a series of conquests beginning in 1902 with the capture of Riyadh, the ancestral home of his family, the House of Saud.

Saudi Arabia has since been a what?
A: An absolute monarchy.

Saudi Arabia is sometimes called what?
A: The Land of the Two Holy Mosques.

What are the two Mosques?
A: Al-Masjid al-Haram (in Mecca) and Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (in Medina).

They are the two holiest places in what?
A: Islam.

What is the population as of 2017?
A: The population is 33 million.

What is the state's official language?
A: Arabic.

When was petroleum discovered?
A: On 3 March 1938.

Saudi Arabia has since become the world's largest what?
A: Oil producer and exporter.

Saudi Arabia has the world's second largest what?
A: Oil reserves.

It also has the sixth largest what?
A: Gas reserves.

The kingdom is the only Arab country to be part of the what?
A: G-20 major economies.

The state has attracted criticism for its treatment of what?
A: Women and use of capital punishment.

Saudi Arabia was the world's second largest importer of what in 20102014?
A: Arms.

There is evidence that human habitation in the Arabian Peninsula dates back to about how long ago?
A: 125,000 years ago.

On November 2017 hunting scenes showing images of most likely domesticated dogs, resembling the Canaan dog, wearing leashes were discovered where?
A: Shuwaymis, a hilly region of northwestern Saudi Arabia.

These rock engravings date back more than years?
A: 8000.

This makes them the earliest what?
A: Depictions of dogs in the world.

Shortly before the advent of Islam, apart from urban trading much of what was to become Saudi Arabia was populated by whom?
A: Nomadic pastoral tribal societies.

The Islamic prophet Muhammad was born where in about 571 CE?
A: In Mecca.

The emergence of what was to become the Saudi royal family, known as the Al Saud, began where?
A: In Nejd in central Arabia in 1744.

The first "Saudi state" was established in 1744 in the area around what city?
A: Riyadh.

A much smaller second "Saudi state", located mainly in Nejd, was established when?
A: In 1824.

Throughout the rest of the 19th century, the Al Saud contested control of the interior of what was to become Saudi Arabia with what other Arabian ruling family?
A: The Al Rashid.

By 1891, the Al Rashid were victorious and the Al Saud were what?
A: Driven into exile in Kuwait.

At the beginning of the 20th century, what empire continued to control most of the peninsula?
A: The Ottoman Empire.

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