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A Saudi photographer documents the edge of the world Mystery

A Saudi mountain that has a share of its name and a captivating nature that arouses the curiosity of everyone who has not heard of it before, so its winding roads take you to one of the most visited tourist destinations in Saudi Arabia. The Edge of the World or as it is known as “Fahren Mountain”, is located about 90 kilometers from the capital, Riyadh, which equates to an hour and a half by car.

The steep cliff overlooks a large valley, seemingly endless, which gave it its name “The Edge of the World.”

Thus, the Saudi photographer, Gone El-Bashiri, decided to monitor the view of the edge of the world with his camera lens, to make you feel for a moment that you are standing in front of this beautiful scene.

According to the Visit Saudi site, the Edge of the World site is part of the vast Tuwaiq slopes extending for more than 600 kilometers in the middle of the kingdom.

It will take you to climb to the edge of the world between 15 minutes to 30 minutes, after that you reach a mountain summit with a charming view of the landscape and beautiful terrain.

A 30-kilometer-long corridor winds through the mountains of Saudi Arabia, and photographs capture a “great legacy” for the country’s tourists

Al-Bashiri’s work was not without challenges, most notably the ruggedness of the place and the long distance to reach it, explaining that the visitor would need a four-wheel drive car.

The Saudi photographer said, during his conversation with CNN in Arabic, that the site is distinguished from others by its captivating landscapes and beautiful tranquility, adding that it is a “beautiful area, which has a wonderful view, and attracts the visitor to it with its high heights, but it is terrifying sometimes.”

Visit Saudi site advises you to return by car early before the gates close at six in the evening, and you can try spending a night camping in the valley on which the edge of the world overlooks, so that you can enjoy the beauty of the sunset and the silence of the night.

The steep cliff overlooks a large valley, seemingly endless, which gave it its name “The Edge of the World”.

Thus, the Saudi photographer, Gone El-Bashiri, decided to monitor the view of the edge of the world with his camera lens, to make you feel for a moment that you are standing in front of this beautiful scene.

According to the Visit Saudi site, the Edge of the World site is part of the vast Tuwaiq slopes extending for more than 600 kilometers in the middle of the kingdom.

It will take you to climb to the edge of the world between 15 minutes to 30 minutes, after that you reach a mountain summit with a charming view of the landscape and beautiful terrain.

A 30-kilometer-long corridor winds through the mountains of Saudi Arabia, and photographs capture a “great legacy” for the country’s tourists

Al-Bashiri’s work was not without challenges, most notably the ruggedness of the place and the long distance to reach it, explaining that the visitor would need a four-wheel drive car.

The Saudi photographer said, during his conversation with CNN in Arabic, that the site is distinguished from others by its captivating landscapes and beautiful tranquility, adding that it is a “beautiful area, which has a wonderful view, and attracts the visitor to it with its high heights, but it sometimes raises terror.”

Visit Saudi site advises you to return by car early before the gates close at six in the evening, and you can try spending a night camping in the valley on which the edge of the world overlooks, so that you can enjoy the beauty of the sunset and the silence of the night.