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Al-Ula: The Journey through Time project to offer jobs and train

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The journey through time

Al- Ula: The Journey Through Time

The Journey through time is a promising project, presented by Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman. This project will offer approximately 38,000 employment opportunities by 2035. Another catchy aspect of the project is 46 kilometers lengthy train.

The spokesperson of Al- Ula, Al Matrafi informed that it is an environment-friendly train that will connect the South of the old city with the North of Hajar, which is an ancient city.

The project will put the city back into the listing of historical cities and an attractive tourist destination.

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