Work is progressing on the 64 hectares Quran Park in in Al Khawaneej, Dubai. The property is being developed by Dubai Municipality.
Hussain Nasser Lootah, director-general of Dubai Municipality, carried out a tour of Quran Park to inspect the progress.
When the park opens, it will feature exhibits explaining the meaning behind many of the stories told in the holy book.
The Dubai Municipality shared a video on Instagram.
The park’s gardens will showcase the scientific and medical benefits of plants mentioned in the Quran.
Features of the park include a Dhs100m ($27 million USD) cave and glass house.
The Cave of Miracles will illustrate some of the book’s most remarkable events using interactive technology.
The glass house will display and sell greenery mentioned in the Quran.
Quran Park will also have an Islamic garden, a large greenhouse, a desert garden and an area modelled after the Andalusian gardens of southern Spain.
A opening date has yet to be announced.
Image courtesy of Dubai Municipality via Instagram