Sharjah showcases UAE, Arab heritage

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Sharjah showcases UAE, Arab heritage

Sharjah showcases UAE, Arab heritage

(Sharjah) – Folkloric arts and dances attracted national, Arab and non-Arab visitors and lovers of heritage and music since the launch day of the 13th edition of Sharjah Heritage Days.
Visitors in various locations in the Heritage Area of the Heart of Sharjah spent hours enjoying the folkloric dances including Alayala, Al Maled, Al Souma, Al Tarej, Al Razeef and Al Arda, in addition to other colourful forms of folk arts that have proven to be a major source of attraction.
Khawla Al Shamsi, general coordinator, Sharjah Heritage Days, said: “Folkloric arts and dances are regularly presented at Sharjah Heritage Days. They are a major source of attraction and appeal to large crowds of UAE national and non-national visitors who move from one location to another to take pictures and shoot videos that capture memories, moments, movements, sounds and charming music delightful to all ears.”
(Courtesy WAM)