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The National Museum of Riyadh is a major landmark in Saudi Arabia which was built with the intention to honor the cultural and educational development of the nation and gives vital information about the history of Saudi Arabia through its display of various manuscripts and antiques.
The National Museum is spread over an area of seventeen thousand meters and is situated in the beautiful city of Riyadh.
There are 8 exhibition theme halls in the museum which include The Hajj and Two Holy Mosques, The Arabian Kingdoms, Islam and the Arab Peninsula, The Unification of the Kingdom, Man and Universe, The Pre-Islamic Era, The First and Second Saudi State and Prophet Mohammad’s Mission.
Each hall is independent and opulent in their presentations and various workshops and lectures are held here on a regular basis.