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  2. The gulf measures 24 km (15 mi) at its widest point and stretches some 160 km (100 mi) north from the Straits of Tiran to where Israel meets Egypt and Jordan. The city of Aqaba is the largest on the gulf. Like the coastal waters of the Red Sea, the gulf is one of the world's premier sites for diving.

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    • 239 km² (92 sq mi)
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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AqabaAqaba - Wikipedia

    The city lies at Jordan's southernmost point, on the Gulf of Aqaba lying at the tip of the Red Sea. Its strategic location is shown in the fact that it is located at the crossroads of the continents of Asia and Africa, while bordering Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

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  5. www.worldatlas.com › gulfs › gulf-of-aqabaGulf Of Aqaba - WorldAtlas

    Feb 17, 2021 · Aqaba, Jordan, a port city on the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba, popular for snorkeling and diving. Editorial credit: Alex Cimbal / Shutterstock.com. The Gulf of Aqaba serves as one of the world’s most important tourist destinations. About 250,000 dives are performed every year along Eilat’s long coastline.

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  6. The Gulf of Aqaba stretches north from the Straits of Tiran to a point where the border of Israel meets the borders of Egypt and Jordan. At this northern end of the Gulf are three important cities: Taba in Egypt, Eilat in Israel, and Aqaba in Jordan.

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  7. Gulf of Aqaba, northeastern arm of the Red Sea, penetrating between Saudi Arabia and the Sinai Peninsula. It varies in width from 12 to 17 miles (19 to 27 km) and is 110 miles (177 km) long. The gulf lies in a pronounced cleft between hills rising abruptly to about 2,000 feet (600 metres).

  8. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › EilatEilat - Wikipedia

    Eilat ( / eɪˈlɑːt / ay-LAHT, UK also / eɪˈlæt / ay-LAT; Hebrew: אֵילַת [eˈlat] ⓘ; Arabic: إِيلَات, romanized : Īlāt) is Israel 's southernmost city, with a population of 53,151, [1] a busy port and popular resort at the northern tip of the Red Sea, on what is known in Israel as the Gulf of Eilat and in Jordan as the Gulf of Aqaba.

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