1.Saudi Arabia has no rivers Despite being the 13th largest country in the world with a population of 38 million people, Saudi Arabia has no rivers making it the largest country in the world with no rivers.Rainfall in Saudi Arabia is so scarce that the country relies on ground and desalinated water.
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The towering Hohenzollern Castle remains one of Germany's most visited palaces with its fairytale views, despite being largely uninhabited since the 18th century.The high-walled fortress of Hohenzollern castle sits atop a daunting hill surrounded by Germany's Black Forest.It is bounded to the west and south by the Rhine Valley, and towers regally over the town of Bisingen on a mountain bearing its own name, "Burg Hohenzollern."
EACC detectives to visit the Parliament Towers amid concerns of its slow progression in construction.Parliament Towers (photo) Three EACC officials on Thursday were assigned to investigate the Construction by first making a visit to the construction site and going through the Auditor General's report.
The month of October of this year is supposed to witness the opening of the first phase of the digital African capital and the new administrative capital of Egypt, and the first phase of which includes the following: 1- The Ministries Quarter, which consists of 34 buildings for the Egyptian government
Nginyo Kariuki was born in 1938 in Githima, Ndumberi, Kiambu County.Nginyo is said to have had more than Sh3 billion worth of property, with Central Bank Treasury Bonds worth Sh84 million Kenyan Money. Photo of Nginyo Kariuki Despite his main signature being Nginyo Towers, Kariuki’s business empire straddled in coffee farming, where he had plantations in Kiambu, and a tea estates in Limuru. Kariuki also owned the Lenana Mount Hotel, near the Department of Defence headquarters of Kenya. Kariuki together with