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Dubai's Quranic Park uses landscaping to tell visitors the Stories of Islam!

19 April, 2019 19:47
The park features 12 gardens, a Cave of Miracles, and a split lake symbolizing parting of the Red Sea in the time of Hazrat Musa (AS)
Dubai's Quranic Park uses landscaping to tell visitors the Stories of Islam!

This Quranic Park attracted around 100,000 people in the very first week, according to officials, feeding demand for religious attractions in the United Arab Emirates where Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is known to be a top destination for visitors. This educational park, which seeks to attract Muslims and non-Muslims, comprises of 12 gardens, a Cave of Miracles, and a split lake symbolizing Prophet Musa's (AS) incident where there was parting of the Red Sea.

Trees bearing grapes, figs, pomegranates, and olives dot the park's 64 hectares. They highlight the medical and scientific uses of plants mentioned in the Holy Quran and Sunnah (Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)).

Visitors to the cave can learn about the story of Hazrat Isa (AS) making a bird from clay and six other prophetic miracles mentioned in the Quran, using 3D map and hologram displays (see also: Story of Jesus).

This is a great initiative taken to enhance the understanding of Islam as well as showcase some things visually the best way possible.

Source: IslamicFinder

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