Kuwait is an emirate in the Middle East with around 2.5 million inhabitants. The state of Kuwait is enclosed between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. In the East lies the coastline with the Persian Gulf. Ten small islands still belong to Kuwait. The landscape consists mainly of sandy plains and gravel desert. Kuwait hardly has any lakes or rivers. Furthermore, some hills, dunes and oases. The coast is often swampy. The land is therefore not suitable for agriculture. There is a desert climate and it is dry and hot. The capital Kuwait has about 32,000 inhabitants and the sights are the ruins of the national museum, the many shopping centers, the Sadu house, with Bedouin art, the Sief palace, the Tareq Rajab museum and the scientific and historical museum. Other cities are Hawalli, Farwaniya and the city with the most inhabitants, Salimiya. Other places of interest are the cities of Al-Ahmadi and Al-Jahra, where the Red Fort can be seen.

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