Khuzam Palace

The Khuzam Palace is a major palace and museum in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It houses the Jeddah Regional Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography.

The Museum is in the historic Khuzam Palace in the Al-Nuzlah al-Yamaniyah quarter in the south of Jeddah. The building was constructed as a royal palace from 1928 to 1932 under the supervision of Muhammed bin Laden.[citation needed] The oil agreement with the Standard Oil Company of California was signed by Abdullah Suleiman on behalf of Saudi Arabia and Lloyd N. Hamilton on behalf of the company in Khuzam Palace, Jeddah, in 1933

A palace consisting of a group of items such as the Khuzam Palace Museum, King Saud Palace, Khuzam Palace swimming pool and park, King Saud Mosque, nursery, gardens, Islamic Bank, Eid prayer hall, Effat College, and many sports halls and restaurants. The site, with its elements, is a distinguished heritage, cultural and tourism area.


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