The Royal Commission for Al-Ula … changes the name of Mada’in...

Tourism activities start in the governorate from next October and continue throughout the year

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate revealed that tourism activities will start in Al-Ula next October and will continue throughout the year.

The authority requested the approval of the official names of the tourist attractions of Al-Ula, including changing the name of Mada’in Saleh to “Al-Hajar”, ​​as well as amending the writing of the names in some destinations.

The names came as follows: the use of the name of the old town of Al-Ula instead of Al-Dirah, and Dadaan instead of Al-Khuraybah, and Al-Hajar instead of Mada’in Saleh, the Hejaz Railway instead of the name of the Ottoman Road or the Hijazi Road, and Jabal Al-Banat instead of Qasr Al-Bint, and the cemetery of Lahyan Bin Kooz instead of Qasr Alfred.

In addition, the authority announced the creation of a photo library that will provide media professionals and interested people with all the shots they need that reflect the beauty of Al-Ula.

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula … changes the name of Mada’in Saleh to “Hegra”
Khaled Khalil
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2020-09-28

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula has revealed that tourism activities will start in Al-Ula next October and will continue throughout the year.

The authority requested the approval of the official names of the tourist attractions of Al-Ula, including changing the name of Mada’in Saleh to “Al-Hajar”, ​​as well as the amendment of the writing of names in some destinations.

The names came as follows: the use of the name of the old town of Al-Ula instead of Al-Dirah, and Dadaan instead of Al-Khuraybah, Al-Hajar instead of Mada’in Saleh, the Hejaz Railway instead of the name of the Ottoman road or the Hijazi road, and Jabal Al-Banat instead of Qasr Al-Bint, and the cemetery of Lahyan Bin Kooz instead of Qasr Alfred.

In addition, the authority announced the creation of a photo library that will provide media professionals and interested people with all the shots they need that reflect the beauty of Al-Ula.

28 September 2020 – 11 Safar 1442

05:07 PM

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29 September 2020 – 12 Safar 1442

12:58 AM


Tourism activities start in the governorate from next October and continue throughout the year

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula has revealed that tourism activities will start in Al-Ula next October and will continue throughout the year.

The authority requested the approval of the official names of the tourist attractions of Al-Ula, including changing the name of Mada’in Saleh to “Al-Hajar”, ​​as well as the amendment of the writing of names in some destinations.

The names came as follows: the use of the name of the old town of Al-Ula instead of Al-Dirah, and Dadaan instead of Al-Khuraybah, and Al-Hajar instead of Mada’in Saleh, the Hejaz Railway instead of the name of the Ottoman Road or the Hijazi Road, and Jabal Al-Banat instead of Qasr Al-Bint, and the cemetery of Lahyan Bin Kooz instead of Qasr Alfred.

In addition, the authority announced the creation of a photo library that will provide media professionals and interested people with all the shots they need that reflect the beauty of Al-Ula.

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