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Ecotourism park planned for Hail

April 7- The Higher Authority for the Development of Hail has announced the setting up of an ecotourism park, Musama Park in the Middle East, said Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saad, Deputy Governor of Hail. The project, he added, will promote desert tourism in Saudi Arabia and lure tourists.
The park will be situated 160km west of Hail City, it was decided in a meeting chaired by Hail Governor Prince Saud bin Abdul Mohsen. The meeting was attended by Prince Sultan bin Salman, Chairman of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) and Prince Abdul Aziz, together with a number of SCTA officials.
 

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