Cave And Glass House Project Approved At Quran Park @Dh100 Million
Sheik Hamdan canister Rashid Al Maktoum, Minister of Finance and Chairman of Dubai Municipality,Deputy Ruler of Dubai, has affirmed the hole and glass house venture in the Quran Park at an expected expense of Dh100 million.
Director-General of Dubai Municipality Hussain Nasser Lootah said: “The endorsement of Sheik Hamdan for this task comes so as to stay aware of the essential needs of the number of inhabitants in the city of Dubai for district administrations.
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“The Quran Park is an extraordinary chance to clarify the implications of a ton of marvels and supernatural occurrences specified in the Holy Quran in the investigative and restorative fields, and the advantages of the plants said in the Holy Quran and how cutting edge drug is very needy upon these plants for medicines and also their natural advantages,” said Lootah.
Lootah said the vision of the venture is to have a Quran Park in the heart of a cutting edge environment with an Islamic vision and urban qualities.
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The undertaking has a vital area in Khawaneej at an aggregate range of 60 hectares. Among the most vital components of the task is the Glass House, which contains plants specified in the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, PBUH, and also shops offering herbs and plants said in the Holy Quran.
The venture has a key area in Khawaneej at an aggregate zone of 60 hectares. Among the most vital components of the task is the Glass House, which contains plants said in the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, PBUH, and also shops offering herbs and plants specified in the Holy Quran.
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“The Cave of Miracles contains the supernatural occurrences said in the Quran, outlined utilizing the most recent intelligent innovation,” clarified Lootah.
The project consists of 12 gardens, containing plants mentioned in the Holy Quran, in addition to solar trees with a unique design inspired by the Arab and Islamic calligraphy, especially designed for the Quran Park project.