What Is The National Capital of Saudi Arabia?
Riyadh, Arabic Al-Riyāḍ Is The National Capital of Saudi Arabia. The city’s Riyadh Name is Derived from the Plural of the Arabic Rawḍah
Meaning Gardens. Life in Riyadh is concentrated around the city’s more than 4,000 mosques and its numerous busy shopping centres.
The city of Riyadh is located approximately 1,950 feet (600 metres) above sea level. The city Riyadh was established in the Yamāmah region on the ruins of the old city of Ḥajr.