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The capital of the State of Kuwait

Kuwait City is considered the capital of the Kuwaiti state and its largest city, Kuwait City is located at Ras Al Abyad and Ras Agouza near the Arab Gulf in the southern part of John Kuwait, and the total area of ​​the city is 8 km², and Kuwait City is one of the cities where the inhabitants settled since ancient times before the discovery of the presence of oil in it As it was a small city surrounded by the first wall of Kuwait, and with the passage of time the city evolved to include many residential neighborhoods to include many areas, including the Salmiya region on the southern side of the city, and the Shuwaikh area in the western part, and after the discovery of oil in the city, a And for a truck in 1946 AD.

The city witnessed a large urban boom in which the wall surrounding the city was demolished during the era of Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, and Kuwait City contains the Shuwaikh Port, which is considered one of the most important Gulf ports, and the city also contains many companies and production factories exceeding thirty companies in addition to a number of factories Oil refining.

The most important features of the Kuwaiti capital

Liberation Tower

It is a communications tower with a height of 372 m, which is considered the second highest Kuwaiti building after the Al-Hamra Tower, and the tower occupies the thirteenth place globally in terms of height, and the total area of ​​the tower is about 21 thousand square meters, while the total cost of it reached 150 million dollars, equivalent to 50 million Kuwaiti Dinar.

Kuwait National Library

It was established in 1923 AD with the particiAl Bahahn of many writers of Kuwait, and the library is located in the Arabian Gulf Street, and its objectives are to preserve Kuwaiti heritage and thought in its various forms and forms, and from the services provided by the information retrieval service, the traditional and mechanical service, as well as imaging and scanning services.

Palace of Justice

It is a Kuwaiti building belonging to the Kuwaiti judicial authority that was opened in 1986 AD during the era of Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, and the building consists of eight floors, two basements, and a separate building is a litigation service building, and the building was destroyed and ruined during the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 AD, and the building was repaired and re- Rebuilding it with many changes.

Sword Palace

It is the palace of government in Kuwait. It was built in 1904 AD during the era of Sheikh Mubarak Al-Kabeer, and was later developed in 1961 AD during the era of Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah.

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