Paths full of patriotism... from the Etihad Museum to Hatta

  • The Etihad Museum will open its courtyards to all segments of society, so that they can live the moment of signing the Declaration of the Union 51 years ago.

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  • Dubai Culture will present activities in the Hatta Heritage Village.

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The Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai (Dubai Culture) revealed the program for its celebrations of the 51st Union Day, during the period from the second to the fourth of next December, which will include cultural and artistic performances, and others inspired by the local heritage, presented by the authority in all its affiliated sites, to confirm through it on the "Spirit of the Union".

The celebrations extend from the Union Museum, Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood, and Al Shindagha Museum to the Hatta Heritage Village, to shed light on the local lifestyle, heritage and culture, and present an image of society, its customs, and the creations of the countrymen.

The Etihad Museum will be covered in the colors of the UAE flag, and the gates of its courtyards will be opened to all segments of society, so that they can live the moment of signing the Declaration of the Union 51 years ago, and follow artistic performances by popular bands, in addition to the rhythms of the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra.

Visitors to the museum will also have tours in which they will learn about the details of the Etihad Museum, its holdings, and its historical importance.

As for the Shindagha Museum, it will gather family members, to take them on special paths, in which they walk on the paths of the ancestors, and stop during them at creative stations overflowing with patriotism.

The beginning of the tracks will be in the “Dubai Creek: The Rise of a City” house, and the “Perfume House”, where family members meet with the “pearl merchant” and the “folk doctor”, and participate in the “making of paper cities” event at the visitor center of the Shindagha Museum. At a time when the historic Shindagha neighborhood opens its outdoor courtyards to visitors to witness traditional crafts shows.

The corridors of the Al-Fahidi neighborhood will be filled with the rhythms of the military band that will roam the "Skeik" of the historical neighborhood. Visitors will witness folk paintings and performances by the Cavalry Band, as well as various activities presented by the "Khanjar House", the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Center for Cultural Communication, and the Al-Fahidi House of Fine Arts. And the traditional tent restaurant.

As for the Hatta Heritage Village, Dubai Culture will present a group of activities that open the eyes of visitors to the creativity of productive families and popular teams, in addition to the local food event.

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