Photo exhibition at Riyadh Front evokes great interest, interaction

The curtain was rung down on the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) organized photo exhibition that was held at Riyadh Front in celebration of the Kingdom’s 91st National Day. The exhibition was sponsored by Ala Kaifak, one of the largest retail companies in the Kingdom.

It included 91 photos highlighting the history of the kings of the Kingdom from its establishment until the current prosperous era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and his great contributions to Riyadh region when he was its governor for 50 years.

This was in addition to the developmental leaps that the Kingdom has achieved under his patronage and the support of the Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense.

The photo exhibition served as an open visual studio that took citizens and residents down memory lane through which visitors of all ages to Riyadh Front were able to learn more about the great history of their country and the achievements made in various fields.

The achievements included the expansion of the Two Holy Mosques, and to see photos of projects launched by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince, reflecting the Kingdom’s astonishing development especially after the launch of Vision 2030.

This step comes as part of the attention and interest being accorded by the SPA to educate and brief generations on the history of their forefathers as well as the national gains that have been achieved for our country throughout history.

This the agency hoped to project through what it published on its official website and what it possesses in its largest photographic archive containing more than 2,000,000 photos taken by the agency photographers on national and international events for more than 50 years.