What is the Saudi Riyal (SAR)?

The Saudi riyal is the currency for Saudi Arabia.
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The Saudi riyal is the currency for Saudi Arabia.

The currency code for the Saudi riyal is SAR. The currency symbol used is SR or ر.س.

The Saudi riyal was first seen in 1932 when the kingdoms of Hejaz and Nejd were unified to create the Saudi Arab kingdom.

Before the unification, the Hejaz riyal was the currency being used.

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