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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “The Line: Saudi Arabia’s £400 billion planned city built in the desert” – below is their description.
Rugby fans were left puzzled this year after seeing the Line, a futuristic city in the Saudi desert, being advertised during the Six Nations.
The ads promoted an audacious, and some might think far-fetched, plan to launch a 105-mile strip city in 2030 with no cars, roads or carbon emissions. Instead, the Line will run on renewable energy, providing shelter to one million residents.
It is yet another scheme dreamt up by the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as part of his £400bn Neom project – a desert settlement where residents can visit glow-in-the-dark beaches, watch cage fighting robots and drink alcohol.
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