Watch: More details of Dubai Frame revealed

Dubai: With the opening of Dubai Safari earlier this week, residents have one more major attraction to look forward to – the Dubai Frame. 

Dubai Municipality posted a video on social networking sites that reveals further details about the Dubai Frame, Dubai Frame, or Berwaz Dubai, as it is known in Arabic.

The video was accompanied with the caption: “Eng Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality, inspected the final preparations for #DubaiFrame project at Zabeel Park in Dubai.”

Since its construction at the end of 2013, the Dubai Frame now boasts high at Zabeel Park, consisting of two 150-metre high that are connected by a 93m bridge at the top.

The video clip shows Eng. Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality, carrying out an inspection tour on Sunday at the project site, accompanied with a number of senior officials and engineers. 

In the one-minute footage, viewers can take a tour all the way from the water fountain located at the entrance, through the museum on the ground floor, and up to the purple and blue installation of lights at the observatory deck.  

Other than the magnificent view, visitors can look forward to the exhibition gallery and museum that’s located on the ground floor.

The Old Dubai Gallery embodies the idea of the project and tells the story of the evolution of the city and its past, and shows the old city and its spice souq through using the most modern and updated means of presentation.

There are even holograms that narrate the history of the emirate.  

After that, the visitors are then directed to the second experience on the Sky Deck level that represents Present Dubai. 


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