In Middle East Kuwait, a little nation situated on the Persian Gulf, amongst Iraq and Saudi Arabia. It is a desert nation with strongly sweltering summers and short, cool winters. The territory differs insignificantly, amongst level and marginally undulating desert fields. Kuwaitis are the relatives of a few roaming clans and groups who at last settled on the shore of the Arabian Gulf. The name Kuwait is gotten from kut an Arabic word for a stronghold. Kuwaitis are progressively a minority in their own nation. The dread that has emerged from this loss of strength, exacerbated by the nation's dubious association with neighbouring countries, for example, Iraq, has prompted fanatic arrangements and works on in regards to the affirmation of nationality and the privileges of Kuwaiti nationals. The range of only two hundred years, Kuwait moved from a roaming populace to an urban populace. The advancement of the urban condition has to a great extent been impacted by Islam, and Kuwaiti homes mirror the fundamentals of Islam as plainly as they mirror the impact of desert life and culture. Most homes are rectangular structure as a fiddle and are sorted out around an internal yard. This yard takes into consideration an encased yet open condition, and in the meantime shields from the breeze and direct daylight in the parched desert atmosphere. Kuwait Towers are a notable point of interest of Kuwait City.