ALBAWABA Saudi Arabia, a nation rich in history and culture, celebrates its National Day on September 23rd each year. This day holds immense significance as it marks the establishment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by King Abdulaziz in 1932.

In 2023, this cherished holiday falls on a Saturday, allowing citizens and residents alike to enjoy a long weekend of festivities.

If National Day falls on a Saturday, Sunday will be an official holiday to celebrate this national occasion. The delay in the National Day holiday this year is due to the coincidence of National Day with the regular weekly official holiday in many sectors in Saudi Arabia, which is Saturday.

The Saudi National Day for the year 2023 falls on Saturday, the 23rd of September, which is a day off. According to Saudi law, when this day coincides with a weekly day off, students will make up for it on the preceding or following day.

According to the official website of the Saudi Ministry of Education, the National Day holiday for schools will be on Sunday, the 24th of September 2023.

On Saudi National Day, the country comes alive with a wide range of activities and events. The streets are adorned with the national flag, and people dress in traditional attire to show their patriotism.

The celebrations typically include parades, fireworks, cultural exhibitions, and various forms of entertainment for people of all ages. It's a time when the Saudi people come together to express their love for their country and honor its rich heritage.

One of the most iconic aspects of Saudi National Day is the dazzling display of fireworks that lights up the night sky.

Families gather at parks, beaches, and public squares to witness the breathtaking pyrotechnic shows. These colorful bursts of light symbolize the unity and pride of the Saudi people.

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