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Riyadh's second old mud-brick palace , It is Another monument of historic value in the heart of the Riyadh city, surrounded by vast and well manicured gardens is the Al Murabaa Palace.
It was constructed by late King Abdulaziz following the settlement of matters in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, when the country was unified in the year 1351H (1932G).
The palace was built in the rectangle shape – 300 meter as length and 400 meter as width with two levels as height. The roof is made of local building materials - mud and palm trees. Just across the palace is a well laid garden which forms the park of the National Museum, Riyadh’s main museum of heritage and antiquities.
you can find sights including the first royal Rolls-Royce.