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Murabba' Palace



The Murabba Palace located on al-Malek Faisal Street is built by King Abdul Aziz in 1938; It is about one and a half Kilometers to the north of the old city and well outside of the then still existing city walls.The area was developed to be a historical centre at Riyadh city. The palace is a two-story palace of cubic shape. The old original Murabba' Palace with main Diwan renovated as "living museum", the "Memorial Hall" on the outlines of an old courtyard house, the surrounding area was made into a landscape of parks and plazas.


Murabba' Palace
Murabba' Palace
Murabba' Palace

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