June 6, 2023

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Aerial views reveal one of the hidden secrets of captivating Saudi Arabia from the middle of a rocky crater.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — Various geographical and climatic elements combine in the northwest of Saudi Arabia, especially in the Hail region, to paint the beauty of its landscape, plains and mountains.

With over 20 years of his love of photography and exploration of various geological features, Ibrahim Al-Zaqi surprised the netizens with a majestic video of Al-Mashadaba Cave.

Have you heard of him before?

Al-Mushtaba Cave is a rock cavity in Western Hail because all its parts are covered except for one entrance. (Watch video clip above).

Al-Zaqi entered the “Al-Mushtaba” cave with his car and was able to observe the beauty of its formation from the air using a drone.

The Saudi photographer told CNN in Arabic: “His name comes from the plateaus around it, which are called Radum Mutaba.”

The path to “Al-Mashadba” cave is not as easy as you think because it is surrounded by sand and stones.

Nevertheless, al-Zaqi enjoyed every minute of visiting this “beautiful form” as he described it.

The hail is located between Jabal Shammar in the north and Jabal Salma in the south, according to the “Visit Saudi” website.

And the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said the bride of the north, Hail, is distinguished by its diversity of traditional tourist attractions for those seeking unique destinations in the country.

There is a map of various sites in the Alangati region which gives an opportunity to contemplate its beauty and the diversity of its landscape, which makes it a great destination for its lovers.

If you love charming nature, you can turn your eyes towards Hail.

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