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SAUDI ARABIA’S 92ND NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATIONS!

SAUDI ARABIA’S 92ND NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATIONS!

In honour of the country celebrating its 92nd National Day, a spectacular series of events lasting 10 days in total will be available for people to enjoy!

Fire works - 89th Saudi National Day.

The National Day itself, known locally as Al-Yaom-ul-Watany, falls on Friday, 23rd September.

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Included in the celebrations will be air shows put on by the Royal Saudi Air Force, parades by The Royal Guard and Royal Saudi Naval Forces, and even an air-borne helicopter parade!

Saudi National Day - 2019, Jeddah

And of course, mind blowing firework displays will be put on in 18 different cities, including Medina, Riyadh, and Khobar.



Live music, a cirque-du-soleil inspired show and many other brilliant features will be on show this year.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia after unification

This National Day commemorates King Abdulaziz unifying two kingdoms in 1932 and was officially made into a national holiday by King Abdullah in 2005.

More details and event dates can be found on the https://enjoy.sa/ar/ website, which can also be translated into English within your browser.

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