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Al Majmaah-5-مدينة المجمعة
Saudi Arabia

Al Majma'ah is a city and a governorate in Ar Riyad Province, Saudi Arabia. Al-Majma'ah was historically considered the capital of the region of Sudair. The city today contains a museum as well as an impressive mud-brick fort that dates to the 18th century.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Majma%27ah

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Tags: majmaah; historical; saudi; riyadh; virtual tour; ancient; najd; antiques
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