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Ushayqir-1-مدينة أشيقر
Saudi Arabia

Ushaiger is a small village near Shagra in Saudi Arabia. It is 200 km NW of Riyadh.

Ushaiger is one of the oldest towns in the Saudi region of Najd and it was a major stopping point for pilgrims coming from Kuwait, Iraq and Iran to perform Hajj or Umrah.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ushaiger

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