Saudi Riyals

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The Saudi Riyal is the currency of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 1925, replacing the Hejaz riyal at par. The origin or the name ‘riyal’ is an Arabic borrowing of ‘real’, as a general name for any large silver coin from Europe. ‘Real’ means ‘royal’, referring to the king’s portrait on the currency. The subunit of the riyal is the halala, with 100 halalas in one riyal.

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