The recently opened Quranic garden in Khawaneej witnessed a crowd of people who wanted to experience many of their masterpieces during the opening weekend.
The 60-hectare Quranic garden, developed by Dubai Municipality, has 43 plants and seven Nabataean miracles mentioned in the Holy Quran. For those wishing to revitalize their fitness, there is also a newly opened bicycle and exercise arcade.
“The open area of the park without walls will allow everyone to benefit from its various services and entrance fees of AED 10, which are limited to the Cave of Miracles and the Glass House,” said Dawood Abdul Rahman Al Hajri, Director General of Dubai Municipality.
“Among the most important elements of the project is the glass house that contains the plants mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah, which grow under certain temperatures and specific environmental determinants, as well as stores selling herbs and plants mentioned in the Koran. “He said.
Al-Hajri said: “The garden consists of 12 orchards containing plants mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah, with their benefits and scientific and medical uses, including bananas, pomegranates, olives, melons, grapes, figs, garlic, leeks, onions, corn, lentils, wheat,
“In addition to solar trees inspired by the art of Arabic and Islamic fonts, specially designed for the Koranic garden project, it contains solar panels, Wi-Fi system, charging stations for the phone and shaded seats for visitors.”
Cave of Miracles contains the seven miracles mentioned in the Qur’an and presents them with the latest interactive techniques.
Kiosks in the garden spread among all the orchards. They provide information on the types of plants and trees planted, their benefits in food and medicine, as well as verses from the Koran.
The Quranic Park was developed with the aim of enhancing the cultural and scientific roles of the Islamic heritage through the settlement of the plants mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah and the embodiment of the Islamic heritage.
“The Quranic Garden aims at building bridges of intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures, religions and peoples by providing the cultural achievements of the Islamic religion in the field of plant ecology, preparing a scientific database of Arab environmental plants and improving the efficiency of performance in the fields of agricultural production and scientific research.”
“The site of the strategic project in the Khawaneej area, covering an area of 60 hectares, aims to present the values of Islam, a religion of tolerance, love and peace.”
“Al-Hajri added that it is a strong doctrine embracing all social and human virtues. Peace is one of the principles of Islam, which has deep roots in the hearts of Muslims and has become part of their existence and the goal of Islam on earth. “
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