World's first 'Al Quran Park' opened in Dubai to showcase miracles of Islam

World's first 'Al Quran Park' opened in Dubai to showcase miracles of Islam
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DUBAI – World's first 'Al Quran Park' opened in Dubai to showcase miracles of Islam, UAE media has reported.

The world’ first ‘Al Quran Park’ opened in Dubai’s Al Khawaneej area on Friday (yesterday), it will provide the visitors with a chance to learn about miracles mentioned in the Holy Quran.

The main objective of establishing the park is to provide bridges of intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures, religions and peoples to see the cultural achievements of Islam in the field of plant ecology.

The park, which covers a wide area of 60-hectare, has all available plants mentioned in the Holy Quran along with facilities such as an attractive main entrance, an administration building, an Islamic garden, children’s play areas, Umrah corner, an outdoor theatre, areas for showing the miracles of the Quran. [image: Embedded video] link

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A desert garden, a palm oasis, a lake, a running track, a cycling track and a sandy walking track are also constructed in the park.

A day before the inauguration, The Dubai Municipality had announced that it will inaugurate the Quranic Park on March 29. The entry to the park will be free for all visitors.

Plan of the ‘Al Quran park’

The park comprises of 54 plants, which mentioned in the Holy Quran, including fig, pomegranate, olive, corn, leek, garlic, onion, lentil, barley, wheat, ginger, pumpkin, watermelon, tamarind, seders, vineyards, bananas, cucumbers and basil. I also have fountains, bathrooms, a glass building, a desert garden, a palm oasis, a lake, a running track, a cycling track and a sandy walking track.

The park is designed to give a better cultural and educational understanding of Islamic heritage, while still being a fun place to visit for children, families and those looking to learn more about the Qur’an.

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