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WORLD NEWS | Boulevard World’s entertainment premier showcases Indian culture on Saudi Arabia’s ‘Foundation Day’

WORLD NEWS | Boulevard World’s entertainment premier showcases Indian culture on Saudi Arabia’s ‘Foundation Day’

His Highness the Governor of the Riyadh Region during the Statehood Day celebrations (Photo: Twitter account of the UAE Ministry of Education)

Rajnesh Singh

riyadh [Saudi Arabia]Feb. 23 (ANI): Aiming to make a sea change by 2030, Saudi Arabia selects a pavilion from 10 countries around the world at its entertainment premier ‘World Boulevard’ in its ‘Inception Day’ celebrations , unearthed the deep friendship with India’.

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Boulevard World in the capital of Saudi Arabia is a premier entertainment area that allows visitors to experience different cultures from 10 countries around the world, including separate sections inspired by India, Morocco, China, Italy, France, Spain, America, Japan, Greece and Mexico.

For families and individuals, Boulevard World is a premier entertainment destination, offering a variety of experiences including hot air balloon rides, submarines and boat cruises.

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It has the largest artificial lake in the world, and boats can shuttle between cities through 11 stations.

It also offers the District 15 experience from Las Vegas; The Sphere, the world’s largest spherical theater; a city for game lovers; comic book and anime-themed events; and many family-friendly entertainment options.

Visitors can enjoy Venetian gondola rides, sample American cuisine, stroll through Hollywood live shows, shop for the best Spanish products, and watch flamenco shows.

Parades, balloon flights, drawing competitions, melodies and family activities were also other events across the country as Saudi Arabia celebrated its second “Statehood Day” on Wednesday, highlighting its 300th anniversary with cultural and artistic activities and four days of events. year’s historical holiday.

“Statehood Day” – celebrated on February 22 to commemorate the founding of Imam Mohammad bin Saud – was declared a national holiday last year by a royal decree from King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

The kingdom’s capital rings out in the “Founding Day” festivities, with parades and live performances held across the city. Families in traditional attire gather to watch, and the streets are filled with festivities.

The Ministry of Culture staged a musical performance highlighting the history of Saudi Arabia in the Red Hall of Princess Nora University. The drama premiered on February 20 and will continue until February 27.

The ministry also organized a parade at the intersection of Prince Turki bin Abdulaziz Al-Awwal Road and King Salman Road in Riyadh, featuring Arabian horses, traditional costumes and colorful performances, highlighting three centuries of the kingdom’s history.

The historic site of Diriyah hosted “Foundation Day” parades and other family events at four locations, including JAX Park and Riyadh Skate Park.

One of the most popular family celebrations is Majlis, an educational event that highlights the heritage and culture of the First Saudi State through lectures, panel discussions and workshops at the King Fahd National Library. (Arnie)

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