To Honor Prince Badr bin Abdulmohsen, King Salman Orders that Riyadh Road be Named in his Honor

To Honor Prince Badr bin Abdulmohsen, King Salman Orders that Riyadh Road be Named in his Honor

The person in charge of the two holy mosques A road in Riyadh will be renamed in honor of the late Prince Badr bin Abdulmohsen, per a directive from King Salman. The Saudi Press Agency said on Sunday that the royal edict is in accordance with Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman’s advice.

King Salman route borders this route to the north, while Al-Thumama Road borders it to the south. It is situated west of Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University. The decision was issued by the King as a tribute to the late prince’s exceptional national services as well as his singular literary experience, which brought back the life of Nabati poetry and had a significant influence on Saudi and Arab literature.

At the age of 75, Prince Badr bin Abdulmohsin, a legendary figure in Arab poetry, passed away on May 4, 2024. Leaders, authors, poets, and celebrities from Saudi Arabia and the Arab world expressed their sorrow at the passing of the well-known Arab poet.

Prince Badr was born in Riyadh on April 2, 1949, and throughout the course of more than 50 years, he made a significant contribution to raising national consciousness through his poetry, which were performed by well-known Saudi singers. His compositions created enduring national operettas. With his endearing speech, exquisite poetry, and distinct style, the prince’s inventiveness and uplifting impact were dispersed across the Arab world, cementing his status as a timeless Saudi Arabian legend.

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