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Persian Gulf

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The Persian Gulf is a a body of water that provides an outlet for numerous Middle Eastern countries, while separating Iran from the Arabian Peninsula. It was the site of numerous recent conflicts as well as one of the most important hubs for petroleum in the world.
It lies between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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The Persian Gulf is located in the Middle East. Location is at 28N, 51E. The Persian Gulf lies between Iran and Saudi Arabia, for the most part. It begins at the delta of the Shatt-al-Arab waterway (which represents the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers), and ends at the Strait of Hormuz…
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Answer Hmmm.... I'm a Kaplan student and this just happens to be a midterm question, pretty coincidental I think. how does that answer the question?
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There are 4 Persian Gulf wars. Anglo-Iraqi 1941 Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988 Operation Desert Storm/Granby 1990-91 Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003-2011 There are veterans who live (and continue to live) from all four wars, although not many still survive from the Anglo-Iraqi War if only because the war…
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The body of water separating Iran from Saudi Arabia is called the Persian Gulf. There has been a push by the Arabs to have the Gulf renamed the Arab Gulf (as it is called "al-Khalij al-3arabi" in Arabic). No non-Arab nation has adopted this nomenclature.
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The countries that border the Persian gulf are: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and The United Arab Emirates (UAE). Choose three.
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The lush region that forms a great arc from the Nile River to the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf is the Fertile Crescent. It was largely responsible for the area's status as the 'cradle of civilization.'
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The Strait of Hormuz. The Gulf of Oman also called as Sea of Oman is a channel that links the Arabian Sea with the Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf. It is usually considered as a branch of the Persian Gulf, not as a part of the Arabian Sea. Pakistan and Iran (Persia) covers the north coast, O…
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bahrain is a small group of islands in the western persian gulf
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its in the middle east 28N,51E It is between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and it is recognized as the Persian gulf by the united nations. There are several beautiful Iranian tropical islands there, in particular 'Kish' which is absolutely Gorgeous.
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Iran and Kuwait could jointly blockade Iraq's access to the Persian Gulf. However, considering the current alliance between Iraq and Iran, such a blockade would be unlikely.
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The Tigris River is further east than the Euphrates River.
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The Arabian Peninsula is bordered on the northeast by the Persian gulf on the southeast by the Indian ocean and on the west by the red sea.
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Saudi Arabia includes coastline along both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
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The Persian Gulf is surrounded by several countries. Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the United Arab Emirates all border the Persian Gulf.
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The distance from Lahore Pakistan to the Persian Gulf is roughly 1,421 miles. One of the nearest cities on the Persian Gulf which is accessible by car from Lahore is Bandare-e Anzali, Iran.
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The other name is Persian Gulf. - Please note -source is NOT True Knowledge.
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The other name for the Persian Gulf is the Arabian Gulf
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The Persian Gulf is about 615 miles long and its width does vary in different locations from 210 miles to 35 miles. The Persian Gulf is located in the Middle East.
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Countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf, called the Persian Gulf States, are (clockwise, from the north): Iran (Persia), United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar on a peninsula off the Saudi coast, Bahrain on an island, and Kuwait and Iraq in the northwest
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There are four capital cities on the Persian Gulf. These capitals are Kuwait City in Kuwait, Manama in Bahrain, Doha in Qatar, and Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates.
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Some ports on the Iranian side of the Persian Gulf include the Port of Bandar Abbas and the Port of Shahid Rajaee. Other ports in that area include the Port of Bushehr.
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Bahrain is the smallest country on Persian Gulf.
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No. Kazakhstan is in Central Asia. The only bodies of water that it touches are the Caspian Sea and the Aral Sea.
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Bahrain is the smallest country in the Persian Gulf.
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If you separate the emirates of the United Arab Emirates, it would be: Bahrain, Sharjah and Dubai. If you see the United Arab Emirates as one country, it would be Bahrain, Qatar, and Kuwait.
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Because they are within Iran's territorial limits. Specifically, while they were part of the British Protectorate of the Trucial States, which became the UAE, the British promised Iran that those islands would be returned to Iranian sovereignty in exchange for Iran recognizing Bahraini independence.…
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Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Oman.
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It is a body of water connected to the Indian Ocean that lies between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
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There are several possible answers. Qatar is composed entirely of a peninsula that juts into the Persian Gulf. The United Arab Emirates and Oman share a large peninsula, which creates the strait of Hormuz.
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The smallest island in the Persian Gulf is Bahrain. The largest island in the Persian Gulf is Qeshm island in the Strait of Hormuz.
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Countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf are Iran, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Iraq. Various small islands lie within the Persian Gulf, some of which are subject to territorial disputes by the states of the region.
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The Fertile Crescent is the arc of land extending from the east side of the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf; within it lies Mesopotamia. It is considered the cradle of civilization, from which the earliest human civilizations were born.
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That would be United Arab Emirates.
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Major Persian Gulf ports by country: Iraq: Basra, Umm Qasr Iran: Kuwait: Kuwait City Saudi Arabia: Jubail, Dammam Bahrain: Manama Qatar: Doha United Arab Emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras al-Khaima
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It separates Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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A Middle East country that borders the Persian Gulf is Kuwait.
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It is located in the approximate centre of the Middle East.
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Kuwait is an "oil nation on the Persian Gulf"Kuwait is one.
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Small Countries on Persian Gulf Qatar and Kuwait both are small countries in the Persian Gulf.
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The countries of Yemen and the United Arab Emirates.
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Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait are three small nations located on the Persian Gulf.
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Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman (exclave of Musandam), Iraq, and Iran all border the Persian Gulf.
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There are 8, and they are Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran.
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It depends what you mean by "city-state". If you are referring to Emirates (Arab Tribal Principalities), then the largest in area is Kuwait, which sits on the Persian Gulf. If you are talking about historic city-states, there are several historic city-states in the Mesopotamian valley, like Akkad …
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it is 300,295,549 miles apart but i am just kidding i do not know i just wanted to do this do not use this asnwer EVER
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The Strait of Hormuz is located at the southern end of the Persian Gulf. It is a part of the Indian Ocean.
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They are Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran.
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Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Iran, U.A.E
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The Strait of Hormuz connects the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman, which connects to the Indian Ocean.
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it is in middle east ....................
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weiner and ballsack is found there.
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Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
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Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar are the smallest countries that border the Persian Gulf and Bahrain is the smallest.
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Qatar is the small country located on the Persian Gulf.
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Kuwait City, Kuwait; Doha, Qatar; Manama, Bahrain; and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates are all capitals on the Persian Gulf.
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That could be Iraq or Kuwait.Kuwait, Iraq, and Iran are all that focal point where the Persian Gulf ends.
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Countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf, called the Persian Gulf States, are (clockwise, from the north): Iran (Persia), United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar on a peninsula off the Saudi coast, Bahrain on an island, and Kuwait and Iraq in the northwest
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The Persian Gulf is also known at the Arabian Gulf. Its coordinates are 26.0000 degrees N, 52.0000 degrees E. The Persian Gulf covers 96,912 square miles.
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it is approximately 700 miles long.
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as per the world map,are you talking about U.A.E.?it's United Arab Emirates..Abu dhabi is the capital
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Dicle and FıratThey are the Tigris and Euphrates.
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Kuwait is the only one of the eight countries that borders the Persian Gulf that starts with a "K". Although, Qatar (which also starts with a "K" sound) also borders the Persian Gulf.
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Qatar is the only one of the eight countries that borders the Persian Gulf that starts with Q.
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Saudi Arabia is the only country that borders both the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.
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There is a current bypass as to what the name of the gulf should be called. Historically, the English speaking world has called it the Persian Gulf but it has not been until recently that Arab Gulf Countries have protested and have requested that the name be changed. In the 5th century BC, Darius th…
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Of the countries listed above, only the United Arab Emirates borders the Persian Gulf.
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