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Jeddah welcomes western tourists

A large group of foreign tourists comprising more than 630 men and women from 18 countries are in Jeddah these days. The group toured Jeddah's historical area on Tuesday and was warmly welcomed.  The tourists, who arrived by Crystal Serenity, an international tourist cruise ship, also visited the Abdul Rauf Khalil Museum, Corniche, camel market in south Jeddah and the fish market.


The group includes tourists from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Peru, the United Kingdom, Spain, Greece, Holland, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines.

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