Palace of Yamamah

Coordinates: 24°39′46″N 46°38′11″E / 24.66278°N 46.63639°E / 24.66278; 46.63639

Al Yamamah Palace is the official residence and office of the King of Saudi Arabia and the seat of the royal court.[1][2] The palace is located in the western suburbs of Riyadh, it is the main place to receive the Kingdom's senior guests, and also the headquarters for drafting royal decrees.[3][4] The palace is made of Italian marble floors and intricately carved ceiling and wall panels add to the showy vibe. King Salman chairs weekly government meetings in the building and often welcomes foreign dignitaries and other VIPs to the palace.[5]

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References

  1. ^ "الديوان الملكي ينعى الملك فهد ومبايعة الأمير عبدالله ملكاً على البلاد". جريدة الرياض (in Arabic).
  2. ^ "أحداث ونشاطات المملكة في العام الهجري 1420هـ". www.al-jazirah.com.
  3. ^ "القصور الملكية تحكي تاريخ العهود السعودية في رحلة البناء والتطوير". www.al-jazirah.com.
  4. ^ عبدالخالق, دينا (20 December 2017). "حكاية من قصر رئاسي| "اليمامة".. مقر الحكم السعودي". الوطن (in Arabic).
  5. ^ "Secrets of the Saudi royal family's incredible homes". loveproperty.com. Retrieved 2021-01-27.


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