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متاحف الشارقة

تضم الشارقة 16 متحفًا على مستوى الإمارة، والتي تتميز بتنوع هائل في مواضيعها بين الفنون والثقافة الإسلامية، وعلوم الآثار والتراث، والعلوم والأحياء المائية، وتاريخ إمارة الشارقة ودولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة.

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Sharjah Art Museum

Explore a three-storey museum dedicated to showcasing artistic creations and collections of more than 500 artworks of various mediums and techniques, featuring a range of expressive techniques that will spur your imagination. Throughout the year, the museum holds a variety of temporary exhibitions and art events. The Art Library consists of over 4000 titles in Arabic, English and other languages, along with visual and audio materials.

This unique museum offers art lovers and all visitors, the opportunity to admire the splendor of a variety of collections and temporary exhibitions hosted by the museum, and also participate in the museum’s regular program and workshops.

Sharjah Calligraphy Museum

This museum showcases fascinating masterpieces and creative paintings by local and international artists and calligraphers. It also hosts exhibitions on a regular basis, aiming to instil the love of Arabic calligraphy in every visitor, to preserve the cultural heritage, to introduce the visitors to the Arab artists’ marvellous artworks and to set new standards both locally and internationally.

The artworks displayed highlight the masterly talents of local and international artists and calligraphers; their paintings, meticulously created, carry a deep meaning and a valuable historical background. This museum, with all its spectacular calligraphic artworks, gives you a boost of positive energy that will brighten up your day.

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Sharjah Science Museum

Sharjah Science Museum offers interactive presentations, designed to motivate visitors and encourage them to adopt innovation and creation. The museum includes more than 50 interactive exhibits and offers many attractive programs and interesting events for children. It also offers them the opportunity to admire humanity’s most creative and beautiful achievements in the fields of science and technology.

Learning and exploring in an engaging atmosphere is always fun, regardless of your age. Enjoy a world of science and exploration including hands-on experiments, laws of nature, thermal physics, physiology and aerodynamics. Take part in electricity demonstrations, explore space secrets and mysteries, test your reactions and discover your potentials and capabilities.

Sharjah Archeological Museum

Sharjah Science Museum offers you the opportunity to explore the rich heritage and deep-rooted history of Sharjah. The reports of many excavation expeditions showed that humans have settled in Sharjah for a period of not less than 125.000 years. There are also ornamental gems and pottery shards from the Ubaid period that were found in Al Hamriyah and confirm the trade exchange of this age with Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq).

The Bronze Age Hall features archaeological finds of pottery, metals, stone, and jewelry, while the Iron Age Hall features two of the museum’s prize pieces: a camel statue and a ceramic dome that both come from the Muweilah archaeological site.

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Sharjah Al Mahatta Museum

Housed within Sharjah’s first airport building, the Al Mahatta Museum is an aviation museum dedicated to flights and flying- from man’s first attempts to fly to man successfully landing on the moon to aeroplanes used by UAE in the past.

Sharjah Airport was the first in the region that opened in 1932 and in March 2000 opened as a Museum. The airport has been used in the 1930s as a staging post for commercial flights en route from Britain to India. The original propeller planes, fully restored, stand guard in the hangar alongside the original refuelling tanker.

Al Eslah School Museum

Al Eslah School, meaning a school of reformation, was founded in 1935 by Sheikh Mohammad bin Ali al Mahmood, a religious and intellectual pioneer who was also its principal until 1948. Al Eslah School was the first formal educational institute to be opened in Sharjah, welcoming pupils from all over the Gulf region.

Teachers from other Arab states were brought in to broaden the school’s curriculum beyond religion to include mathematics, history, geography, astronomy, literature, even some English classes.

In the early 1950s, Al Eslah was one of the first schools in the region to educate girls. Al Eslah School opened as a Museum in April 2003.

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Museum of Islamic Civilisation

The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation opened in 2008 and exhibits Islamic culture, with more than 5,000 artifacts from the Islamic world. Objects include calligraphy, carvings, ceramics, coins, glass, manuscripts, metalwork, and scientific instruments.

Situated in the historical heart of Sharjah on the Majarrah Waterfront, this fascinating Museum is housed in what was once a traditional Middle Eastern souq or indoor market. The new Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization presents more than five thousand exquisite Islamic artifacts from all over the Islamic World, arranged according to themes and spread over seven spacious galleries and display areas.

At the Museum you will admire timeless achievements of Islamic civilization and its universality, learn about aspects of Islamic faith, science, discoveries and culture, and cherish the beauty of Islamic art.

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24 يونيو 2022