The newest museum in the elite district of the UAE capital, the Museum of the Future, opened its doors in Dubai with a laser light show. It is located in an unusual architectural structure of steel and glass with a silver color and elliptical shape.
Roadside signs describe the museum, located near the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, as “the most beautiful building on Earth” before the grand opening.
The museum of the future is decorated with Arabic calligraphy with quotes from the ruler of Dubai and the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum.
The sheikh is one of the main leaders of the new mission of the Emirates, which aims to reduce the country’s energy dependence. They want to attract technology, finance and other companies to Dubai and other cities to help them do so.
The museum is 77 meters high and covers 30,000 square meters, and is combined with three elements – greenery, structure and air.
Its task is to offer space for innovative and futuristic ideology, services and products. The building itself is ranked by the prestigious National Geographic magazine as one of the 14 most beautiful museums in the world, and the project is by architect Sean Keel. It is powered by 4,000 megawatts of solar energy from stations connected to the building itself.
They set so many records in the emirate that the Guinness Book of World Records has opened a special office there. The two parts of Bur Dubai and Deira, one a hotel and the other a commercial one, have grown into a state-of-the-art high-tech metro city run by a computer, not a living driver, with separate carriages for women and children and lovers of luxury.
Everyone has heard of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa – 828 meters. But there is also the tallest hotel in the world. The largest flower plant in the world.
The biggest fireworks in the world … A total of 157 Dubai. However, the mentioned sensual fireworks will be stopped next year due to environmental reasons. And this New Year, instead of one place, fireworks were scattered in 29 places to avoid crowds due to the pandemic.
And the biggest singing fountains were not available to visitors on the holiday night.