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SAUDI-TOURISM
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October 07, 2010
A view of the minarets of the Mosque of Prophet Mohammad in the holy city of Medina January 3, 2007....
Mecca, Saudi Arabia
To match feature SAUDI-TOURISM
A view of the minarets of the Mosque of Prophet Mohammad in the holy city of Medina January 3, 2007. Home to Islam's holiest cities of Mecca and Medina, Saudi Arabia regards itself as the guardian of Islam and is often closed off to foreigners. Even though it receives more than five million Muslim pilgrims a year, they are not allowed to travel within the country. Tourist visas are rarely issued and come with many restrictions but this is due to change as Saudi Arabia adopts a new strategy to tap into a niche market of conservative tourism. Picture taken January 3, 2007. To match feature SAUDI-TOURISM REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE RELIGION TRAVEL BUSINESS)
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