Al-Marsad Newspaper: A content maker named Abu Abdullah documented a video showing the villas and houses inhabited by senior families in one of the most famous old neighborhoods in Riyadh, Al-Malaz neighborhood, which was built about 50 years ago, he said.
The content maker said, Al-Malaz neighborhood has now passed 50 years, specifically the square that is bordered on the east side by Ali bin Abi Talib Road, and on the north side Jarir Street, and on the west it is bordered by car showrooms and Al-Malaz Stadium, Prince Faisal bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz Stadium, adding, this The square, which reminds of the Turkish restaurant, and the Faculty of Arts.
The clip explained the house of Abdullah bin Qabaa, and the house of Prince Saud bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, indicating that this house he grew up in during childhood.
Abu Abdullah also referred in his clip to the houses of Al-Khamis, the houses of Al-Fawaz, the houses of Al-Issa, Al-Rabi’an, Al-Lahim, Al-Jarbou’, and Ibn Mujahid, as well as the Al-Barrak family, commenting that many families lived in this neighborhood, likening the villas to the Sarayat and the neighborhood in the Mohandessin area in Cairo.--
He reported that horses used to pass through this street, and that every afternoon, about 100 horses pass through it.-
Abu Abdullah concluded the passage by pointing out that this neighborhood is inhabited by large families and that all services are available there, indicating the classic cars that are still present today next to some houses.