King Abdul Aziz Al-Kharj Castle in Al-Kharj
Location in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
|Coordinates: 24°08′54.0″N 47°18′18.0″E|
|• Acting Governor||Musaad Bin Abdullah Bin Saad Almadhi|
It is connected by rail to both Riyadh and Dammam. The city's main landmarks includes the historical water wells, and King Abdulaziz Palace and Mosque.
Under the leadership of King Abdulaziz, who first took initiative for the production of milk in the kingdom, an experimental farm was established at Al-Kharj in 1938.
In 2016, Al-Kharj was a closed city. The state-owned armor manufacturer Military Industries Corporation (MIC) was situated in the city, where the German assault rifle Heckler & Koch G36 was mounted and the matching 5.56mm ammunition produced.
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