Safwa City

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Safwa (Arabic: صفوى‎, Ṣafwā) is a city in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia situated on the Persian Gulf coast. It follows Qatif area and has a population of about 57,000 people. Safwa administrative community include; Al-Awjam, Um Al-Sahec, Asfirh, Al-Roihih, Al-Khtrchih, Dridi, Al-Manar Village, Abu Maan and Jawan.

Safwa has all basic government departments, public utilities, educational institutions and health care centers. People in Safwa work in various sectors such as; education, health care, banking, mining, oil and gas, and commerce. The city includes one of the most organized neighborhoods in the eastern region, Al-Zahra neighborhood (Arouba), which has more than 1,200 residential units and an area of 336 hectares.

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Coordinates: 26°39′N 49°57′E / 26.650°N 49.950°E / 26.650; 49.950