Golf carts transport 120,000 Grand Mosque’s visitors
This service helps old visitors and those with physical disabilities. The carts work around the clock
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The electric golf carts provided by the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques have so far transported 120,000 visitors to the Grand Mosque, according to public relations director Abdulhafiz Al-Thubaiti.
This service helps old visitors and those with physical disabilities. The carts work around the clock.
This article was first published in Saudi Gazette on Sunday July 20, 2014
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