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Saudi Arabia is the only country that borders both the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.


Saudi Arabia includes coastline along both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.


Saudi Arabia borders the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.


The Indian Ocean borders the Arabian Peninsula, with the seas and gulfs that extend from it. These include (clockwise from NE): Persian Gulf Strait of Hormuz Gulf of Oman Arabian Sea Gulf of Aden Bab el Mandeb Red Sea Gulf of Aqaba


The Red Sea is much closer to Jordan than Persian Gulf is.



SAUDI ARABIA is the only country that touches both the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.


There is NO man-made body of water that connects the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. In order to get from one to the other, you go: Red Sea, Bab al-Mandeb, Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Oman, Strait of Hormuz, Persian Gulf. All of those bodies of water are natural.


Saudi Arabia is a desert. It lacks large internal bodies of water. It borders, however, the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.


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.




NO. -Babel Mandeb has nothing whatever to do with Persian Gulf. It is at southern end of Red Sea.


The Red Sea, The gulf of OdenThe gulf of Aden, and the Persian gulf.



The Fertile Crescent's borders are largelly on land as it sits within the borders of Syria, Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia. But the Meaditeranean Sea, the Gulf of Acaba (the right side of the upper Red Sea) and the Persian Gulf do make up part of the Crescent's perimiter.


There are five bays - The Persian Gulf - The Gulf of Oman - The Red Sea - The Gulf of Aden - The Arabian Sea The Strait of Hormuz is located between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, that's the busiest shipping channel in the entire world.


The Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.




The Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, the Gulf of Aden, and the Arabian Sea.


Mediterranean sea, Persian gulf, gulf of aden, Arabian sea & red sea






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