(Photo: WAM)

The Municipality, which had extended the activities until Friday, April 20, organized various heritage events at the Mercato Mall as part of its annual program to promote heritage awareness and preserve the popular heritage of the UAE … reports Asian Lite News.

(Photo: WAM)

The Architectural Heritage Department of Dubai Municipality has joined the World Heritage Day celebrations of UNESCO, observed on 18th of April every year. The Municipality, which had extended the activities until Friday, April 20, organized various heritage events at the Mercato Mall as part of its annual program to promote heritage awareness and preserve the popular heritage of the UAE.

The events, with the slogan, “Heritage for Generations,” include a series of exhibitions such as a photo exhibition of the Sheikhs of the UAE by Al Nahda Women’s Association, an exhibition of the photographs of the Architectural Heritage Society, an exhibition of Arabic calligraphy and stamp collections, and a gallery of heritage collections in cooperation with Zam’a Bint Souda School.

Dubai Municipality celebrates World Heritage Day.

The activities also include a series of workshops for children, such as the Arabic Calligraphy Workshop and the drawing workshop by the Zam’a Bint Souda School, the children’s heritage competitions, distribution of gifts to the participants and the show by a popular folk group on the art of war, photography with traditional dresses, in addition to the sale of traditional food.

In keeping with heritage events and organizing activities related to UAE heritage and its involvement by children, the Municipality seeks to build a generation that cherishes its patriotism and Arabism and is guided by the popular values transferred by the Emirati people generation after generation.

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