The ‘Al Quran Park’, located in Dubai’s Al Khawaneej area looks forward to provide its visitors a chance to learn more about The Holy Quran.
The Dubai Municipality announced on its official Twitter profile that it will inaugurate the Quranic Park on March 29.
The entry to the park will be free for all visitors. The park aims to build bridges of intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures, religions, and peoples in the field of plant ecology.
The 60-hectare park have all available plants mentioned in the Holy Quran along with 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, 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 plants mentioned in the Holy Quran numbers to 54 which includes fig, pomegranate, olive, corn, leek, garlic, onion, lentil, barley, wheat, ginger, pumpkin, watermelon, tamarind, seders, vineyards, bananas, cucumbers, and basil.