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031 02-محطة السكة الحديدية في المدينة المنورة Hijaz Railway Station
Saudi Arabia

محطة سكة حديد الحجاز: هي آخر محطات خط سكة حديد الحجاز وأكبرها ، وتضم المحطة صالات للاستقبال ومكاتب ومرافق للخدمات، وورشة لصيانة القطار For more information: http://www.scta.gov.sa

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Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities
031 01-محطة السكة الحديدية في المدينة المنورة Hijaz Railway Station
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