ThePlace: Al-Khuraybah, the Lion Tombs in Saudi Arabia’s AlUla

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Updated 19 December 2019

ThePlace: Al-Khuraybah, the Lion Tombs in Saudi Arabia’s AlUla

It is one of the most important archaeological sites in AlUla consisting of several stone buildings, a circular stone basin known locally as Mahlab Al-Naqa, and numerous carved tombs, the most famous of which are the Lion Tombs.

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Prince Khalid says Saudi Arabia’s 90th national day renews pride 

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Prince Khalid says Saudi Arabia’s 90th national day renews pride 

Saudi Arabia’s Vice Minister of Defense, Prince Khalid bin Salman congratulated King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, and the people of the Kingdom on National Day. 
“(National Day) renews pride in our past,” the prince said on his official Twitter account on Wednesday, adding that it increased the nation’s ambition for its future.
“On National Day we recall the glories of the founding founder, King Abdulaziz - may God rest his soul - and the heroism of the faithful who sacrificed their lives for our homeland,” he said. 
Saudi Arabia marked its 90th National Day with an announcement from the General Entertainment Authority that the first concert will be held under the motto “mettle to the top,” and feature superstars Rashid Al-Majed and Aseel Abu Bakr in Green Halls in Dammam.
This year, Saudi Arabia marks its national day amid the coronavirus global pandemic.

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