January 30, 2023

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New Dora Kalpa |  Son of Mann

New Dora Kalpa | Son of Mann

Again, one of the East Coast cities was happily on a date that coincided with the visits of Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member and Ruler of the Supreme Council of the Emirate of Sharjah. With aesthetic plans to transform the cities of Sharjah, he brought with him the good news of Ammar al-Bishr and al-Hajr wherever he traveled in areas of the emirate where he smiled as architectural masterpieces and green carpets. , Cushions up and down the mountains, and fountains of water, residents and spectators dancing to the sound of its roar.
Thursday turned out to be the happiest day of the week for the citizens of Sharjah, after the ruler of Sharjah set a weekly date with his children, news came that a new project would be launched or an architectural building opening ceremony. He was careful to put a special stamp on an area no other than the Sultan’s foot, which enhances its splendor and attracts its children to development, embracing the jobs it offers and the tranquility it carries, the shawl, places of entertainment and traditional symbols that have become the preferred destination for weekends. .
One week ago, part of the “calendar” of happiness was in the city of al-Thaid, which played a major role in the development movement, with his high-profile opening of Al-Tha’id Fort, one of the city’s original historical monuments. The Victoria International School and Greenhouse Project aims to establish integrated development farming communities and to produce high-quality organic farming based on a number of organizations to increase agricultural productivity.
Also yesterday was the opening of the clock tower at the intersection of Al Wahda Street with Kalpa City Turn, Corniche Street, Al Hosn Heritage Neighborhood Project and Sheikh Saeed Bin Hamad Al Qasimi House. As one of the most important heritage landmarks of the Sharjah Emirates, it has been restored and rehabilitated.
The three projects that follow the historical and archeological heritage of the region and form important tourist attractions for visitors from different regions, who are inspired by the innovative water fountains surrounding the tower, which operate on a clockwise basis. The 60 sub-springs, which represent the number of hours and the number of minutes, do not mention the time, the traditional fort and the house of Sheikh Saeed bin Hamad Al Qasimi, which have been restored and restored as one of the most important traditional monuments. In the United States, and is one of the most important testimonies to the emirate’s long-term economic and civilization role.
These plans, some of which were already there, and the addition of the clock tower, the new pearl of Kalpa, will certainly not be the last in Sultan’s development plan, which will bring joy to his children wherever they are.
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