Known as the capital of Saudi Arabia and home to more than six million people, Riyadh is considered a global city. Visitors to Riyadh may explore the Princess Nora bint Abdulrahman University, the largest all-female university in the world; the King Abdullah Financial District; and other prominent landmarks such as the Kingdom Centre, Al Faisaliyah Centre and Al-Tahlya Street.
A 99-storey, 302.3 m (992 ft) skyscraper in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the third tallest skyscraper in the country after the Abraj Al Bait Towers and the Burj Rafal, and is the world's third tallest building with a hole after the Shanghai World Financial Center and Tuntex Sky Tower.
A historic oasis located on the banks of Wadi Hanifa that had attracted urban settlements since time immemorial. Al Dir'iya’s land occupies the fertile curve of Wadi Hanifa on the outskirts of Riyadh, the capital city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Governing a country of 29 million, Riyadh has risen to a productive working capital, interlaced with the activities of commerce, industry, banking and finance, diplomacy and academia.
Just forty years ago the population of Riyadh was a mere 100,000. Now it has grown to a bustling 6.5 million. With 64 percent Saudi citizens and the rest of the population composed of expatriates, Riyadh is now one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the Arab world. It currently offers a number of high-end hotels and nearby attractions such as the great Murabba Palace. Needless to say, Riyadh vacations are an unparalleled experience.
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