United Arab Emirates being an Islamic state is considered to the hub to Islamic culture and civilization. Abu Dhabi is the largest city of UAE and is the capital to the state as well. It is also one of the most popular cities among tourists from different parts of the world and especially attracts Muslims where they can experience true colors of Islamic tradition and history. Abu Dhabi is the heart of culture and one such destination that depicts its enrichment in cultural heritage is the world famous Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation and the National Theater.
The Dhabi Cultural Foundation is located near Qasr-al Hosn. The place is a modern built and with a touch of contemporary traditional art and architecture. It clearly depicts the architectural legacy of the religion of Islam. The Dhabi Cultural Foundation enriches the knowledge of people and is an appealing and fascinating sight that depicts the city’s cultural and architectural importance.
Whenever Abu Dhabi is talked about, the Dhabi Cultural Foundation is a must to mention. The building is beautifully engraved and is stretched over a wide area of columns and courtyards. The building features theatre, cinema, lecture halls, exhibition halls, meeting rooms and coffee shop.
The Dubai Cultural Foundation is not only an architecturally rich site but is host to a number of events and exhibitions being arranged there all around the year. You can experience cultural events, concerts featuring local and international artists, art and history exhibitions, international film festivals and much more. The Dhabi Cultural Foundation and the National Theater remains open from 8 am in the morning till 2 in the afternoon. It the evening it reopens at 5 pm and closes at 8 pm.