The Zayed National Museum in Abu Dhabi is dedicated to the history and heritage of the United Arab Emirates. It is named after the founding father of the Emirates, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and is located on Saadiyat Island, designed by the renowned architect Sir Norman Foster. The museum will feature a variety of exhibitions and interactive displays showcasing the history and culture of the Emirates, with a focus on Sheikh Zayed’s contribution to the unity of the Emirates as well as the culture and heritage of the Emirates. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece, featuring an impressive dome supported by a landscape of seven pillars symbolizing the seven founding members of the Emirates. The museum will also have a library and an auditorium, making it an important place for education and research. (mb)

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