Arwa or Arawah (Arabic: عروى, `Arwa) is a village in Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia. It is located in the Dawadmi Governorate, north of the Riyadh-Makkah highway, and around 270 kilometres (170 mi) west of Riyadh.
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The village was established in 1918 (1336 AH) at the site of a water source of the same name, by sheikh Jahajah bin Bjad bin Hmeid al-Utaibi. Its population is mostly from the Utaiba tribe.
- "العثور على رسوم صخرية غرب الرياض يعود تاريخها لما قبل 1000 عام قبل الميلاد,". Asharq Al Awsat (8111). 11 February 2001. Retrieved 26 August 2017.
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