Human interaction on the land of present-day Saudi Arabia dates back long ago. The vast deserts used to be lush green fields, which were converted by the melting of the European ice caps, causing the hot and dry climate. Back then in the times of the first civilizations, Saudi Arabia was one of the largest trading center in the world. People from the Nile River Valley and Mesopotamia thronged the markets to sell their agricultural products such as dates, almonds, spices, and also aromatics such as myrrh and frankincense.
The turning point of the country arrives at the introduction of Islam in year 610 A.D., brought by the prophet Muhammad. The first Saudi start was formed in the 18th century, which, by the end of the 18th century, ruled over almost all of the Arabian peninsula. The second state, set up in 1824, was set up after the Saudi king Turki bin Abdullah Al-Saud shifted his capital to Riyadh. The establishment of the Saudi Arabian Kingdom, the most remarkable historical event yet, was established by king Abdulaziz, who tried to promote infrastructure and modernization for a better nation.
Also, many historical people derived from the country of Saudi Arabia. Osama bin Laden, a former U.S. Assistant, crashed four