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The Quranic Garden.. An entertainment and educational destination


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The “Quranic Garden” in Dubai is an entertainment, educational and cultural destination in the emirate, in addition to being an Islamic landmark because it embodies the masterpieces of miracles mentioned in the Noble Qur’an and the noble Prophet’s Sunnah.

The park, which is located in the Khawaneej area, includes small gardens, including the Islamic Garden, the Desert Garden, the Andalusian Garden, the Glass House, the Cave of Miracles, Moses Lake, entertainment venues, and commercial services that serve visitors to the garden, and all the trees mentioned in the Holy Qur’an, in front of Each of them has a special panel that displays information about each tree and how it was mentioned in the Qur’an. Visitors to the park enjoy an exceptional experience in an atmosphere that combines history, nature and technology.

civilized role

The “Quranic Garden” is located in the Al Khawaneej area, and extends over an area of ​​60 hectares. It was developed by Dubai Municipality to enhance the Islamic cultural and civilizational role, with its cultural elements that bring closer civilized communication between different cultures. It also comes within the policy of increasing the green area in the emirate and diversity in various landmarks. The garden is an important area of ​​attraction for visitors, who, during their visits, are introduced to 54 species of plants mentioned in the Holy Qur’an and the Noble Prophet’s Sunnah, which are presented in a distinctive and unique way to visitors. During the visit to the Cave of Miracles, they learn about the stories and miracles of the prophets.

New thought

The “Quranic Garden” represents a new idea for designing public gardens with a strong foundation based on the Qur’an and Sunnah. Modern medicine relies heavily on them for treatment and their benefits to the environment.

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Vision and goals

The “Quranic Garden” aims to build bridges of intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures, religions and peoples, by looking at the cultural achievement of the Islamic religion in the field of plant environment. One of Dubai’s landmarks, and one of Dubai’s recreational, educational, recreational and tourism projects. The park is distinguished by its modern designs and multiple international specifications. It is also distinguished by its picturesque green scenery and diversity, while spreading the culture of tolerance that it is characterized by among the exhibits and promoting the dissemination of a culture of tolerance.

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glass house

The greenhouse is distinguished by its remarkable architectural design at the highest point of the garden. This house was designed according to a scientific system that takes into account the ideal conditions for the plant environment. It embraces 12 orchards that contain the plants mentioned in the Holy Qur’an and the Noble Prophet’s Sunnah, with their scientific and medical benefits and uses, including: bananas, pomegranate, olives, watermelon, grapes, figs, garlic, leeks, onions, corn, lentils, wheat, black cumin, ginger, tamarind, basil, pumpkin, cucumber, palm, etc., in addition to solar trees, inspired by calligraphy Arabic and Islamic.

“Cave of Miracles”

The “Cave of Miracles” is considered one of the most important sections of the Qur’anic garden, and it contains 7 miracles mentioned in the Holy Qur’an, which are displayed through interactive screens within modern technologies in the field of display, where sound effects are used in both Arabic and English, and the garden includes several screens in all orchards, To display information about all kinds of plants and trees, and the benefits of their uses in food and medicine, in addition to the noble verses and hadiths that were mentioned in them.

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facilities and services

In the garden, there are children’s play areas, a bicycle track, a sports track, toilets, free parking, and a chapel. There are also a number of stores that sell herbs and plants mentioned in the Qur’an, in addition to the availability of “solar energy trees” designed in a unique way inspired by the art of Arabic calligraphy, and used to charge mobile phones.