The Nejd, or Najd, is the central highland region of Saudi Arabia. Dominated by Riyadh, this is the ancestral home of the ruling al-Saud dynasty, and one of the most conservative parts of the Kingdom. The mosques and mosquegoers in the region are predominantly Wahhabi, Salafi, Muwahhid, Hanbali Muslim and ultra-conservatively Islamic.
- 1 Riyadh
- 2 Al Zulfi
- 3 Buraydah
- 4 Ha'il
- 5 Onizah
- 6 Wadi al-Dawasir (Sulayyil) — gateway to the Empty Quarter
- Rock Art in the Hail Region of Saudi Arabia — two sites in northern Nejd, comprising a UNESCO World Heritage site.