Al-Diriyah is an Arab city located in the historical Arid al-Yamamah province in the south of the Najd plateau. It is administratively affiliated with the Riyadh region and the capital of the first governorate in the Kingdom.
Located about 20km from the main city center of Riyadh. It is one of the most important archaeological sites from where the history of Saudi Dynasty begins. It is situated in the
eastern part of the so-called Najd area in the valley known as Wadi Hanifa.
Diriyah represents a prominent national symbol in the history of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Its mention was associated with the first Saudi state and it was its capital.