The historical film was produced by the Sharjah Radio and TV Authority under Sheikh Sultan’s support and tells the story of how Khor Fakkan inhabitants fought the Portuguese occupation.
Keeping in style of the best antique science fiction, Verne goes to vast lengths to imagine how submarine works. He drew inspiration from models he saw on display at the 1867 world’s fair in Paris, as well scientific knowledge about electricity and battery power.
A group of-UAE based expats have embarked on a 12-day camel journey through the desert to pay tribute to the traditional Bedouin way of life.
Wrapping up the CultureSummit programme, and reflecting on the insights and outcomes of the previous days, was the Closing Panel and Remarks
Fans of Al Marmoom Heritage Village are in for a treat as the popular family destination prepares to opens its doors to thousands of visitors from April 6-18. Families and tourists will be treated to an enhanced programme of cultural shows and activities on the sidelines of Al Marmoom Camel Race Festival, one of GCC’s sporting highlights of the year.
Dubai Frame said on its Twitter account, “We're proud to announce that we've hit a #WorldRecord for the World's Largest Frame as per the Guinness World Record…”
The Cultural and Scientific Association in Dubai has organised a great Ramadan evening for Islamic music and chanting of Sultan Al Aarfeen band for the prominent singer Mundhir Ghannam, along with other singers such as Abdul Rahman Halawany, Ahmed Kaima, Munzer Olabi, and Abdul Majeed Abdulla. This event comes as part of the association’s Ramadan programme, which includes scientific and cultural evenings that host an elite of innovative specialists, along with religious and national activities at the association.
The UAE message of tolerance, coexistence, love and acceptance was reverberated by students of Sheikh Zayed International Academy in Islamabad during the Academy’s annual ‘International Day’ celebration.
Turkmenistan is looking forward to host the Emirati Cultural Days again, said Bakhargul Abdyeva, Deputy Prime Minister who is also in charge of culture and mass media.
Fans of Ivorian singer DJ Arafat opened his coffin Saturday to take photos of the corpse, prompting police to fire teargas after an overnight funeral concert where tens of thousands paid tribute to the one of West Africa's most popular stars.