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Riyadh, Al Mu Tamarat intro. The Saudi capital city of Riyadh is home to more than 4.5 million people and sits near the centre of the Arabian Peninsula. Though there are some attractions in and around the city, this is definitely not the fun centre of the world, or even the region. Most forms of entertainment are banned and the weather gets devastatingly hot, precluding much lazy hanging around. Hotels in Al Mu Tamarat typically cater for business travellers. From here, it is easy to reach main roads like King Fahd Road and Makkah Raod. The main interchange between these key north-south and east-west arteries, Cairo Square, is just a few minutes away. The Skybridge at the Kingdom Centre offers fine views of the well-lit city at night. At the heart of the city stands the Masmak Fortress, an over-restored testament to King Abdul Aziz having retaken control of the city. The museum inside is worth a visit. The Murabba Palace was the second mud-brick palace built in Riyadh and, today, houses the first Royal-Royce. The city's best attraction, however, is the National Museum, home to a seemingly endless range of multimedia presentations.
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