Jedah Research Paper

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Jeddah soon will become one of the best cities in the world such as Paris, London and other. Jeddah is a large city in the west of the Saudi Arabia located on the Shore of Red Sea. Jeddah was suffering from some of the problems that affected the aesthetic of the city, the government has decided to start the development of some of the city problems. After that, Jeddah had developed by special experts, they had developed many things such as the development of public facilities, development of roads, and the expansion.
First, before a few years the Saudi government decided to improve and develop public facilities. We have a historical area, it is called Albalad historical area, Albalad historical area includes historical building design and some
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A city that located on the western coast of Saudi Arabia. The floods were considered to be the worse in 27 years. The officials announced that the death toll was over 122. The floods were carried from the mountains of Makkah which is east of Jeddah & took its path inside of Jeddah. During the past few decades, the city experienced a major expansion. New districts & neighborhood built towards the north of the city. The new expansion didn 't take into consideration the historical streams that dumped the rain water that comes from Makkah Mountains on the sea. With a lack of proper sanitation system, this rain was the worst disaster Jeddah faced during last 27 years. In Jeddah floods aftermath, the government made the decision to build the needed infrastructure and drainage system as soon as possible, since the climate in the rejoin changed and the city is experiencing more rain than before. Some houses and businesses that were built in the stream of the rain were demolished to make way for the new projects. In 2 years, the projects were done and the new artificial streams were tested. In this year heavy rain, the projects were successful and managed to carry the floods out of the city and into the …show more content…
second steps, it opened the way for investors with the participation of the state also in the implementation of the towers where was the completion of many of the towers biggest project is being implemented since 2007 to 2018 and called Kingdom Tower owner is Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, it will be the highest tower in the world at an altitude of 1000 meters and is built Giant tower within Jeddah project, which features located in a strategic area on the North Sea city of Jeddah and the project will include high-rise and mixed-use tower (housing, offices, a five-star hotel, a shopping mall, the highest control tower). The project will also include a residential area with a total of two million and a half square meters of additional areas of the shopping area of 470 thousand square meters and the educational area is estimated at 150 thousand square meters and

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