Saudi Arabia announces a $1 trillion fantasy city

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Saudi Arabia, a West Asian country, is working on a great engineering feat. The oil-rich country is constructing a zero-carbon metropolis with vertical levels of structures for work, dwelling, farming, and recreation that will reach 170 kilometres into the horizon. Crown Prince and de facto ruler Mohammed bin Salman want it finished by 2030, like something out of a dream story.

In a 170-kilometre stretch, NEOM will be a zero-carbon metropolis.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled the $500 billion project in northwest Saudi Arabia in March of this year. The metropolis has the potential to be humanity’s next chapter and the Crown Prince’s legacy.

The Line of Mirrors
The LINE will be just 200 metres wide, 170 kilometres long, and 500 metres high. It will ultimately house 9 million people and will have a 34-square-kilometre
area. Residents will also have access to all THE LINE facilities within a five-minute walk, as well as a high-speed train with a 20-minute end-to-end travel time.

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A bird’s eye view of boats anchored off of Yabou Island

TROJENA, a regional area of NEOM will be made up of six districts: Gateway, Discover, Valley, Explore, Relax and Fun. It will be located 50 kilometres from the Gulf of Aqaba coast in the heart of our nature region with elevations ranging from 1,500 metres to 2,600 metres and covering an area of nearly 60 square kilometres. 

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