Sharjah is a United Arab Emirates city on the Arabian Gulf. Traditionally more conservative than its southern neighbor, Dubai, Sharjah is widely considered the nation’s cultural capital. Its Heritage Area is on the creek that the city first developed around, with restored homes and museums devoted to Emirati customs. It's also home to Sharjah Fort, a 19th-century royal residence turned local history museum.
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The Sharjah Museums Authority - SMA (Sharjah Museums Departemnt – SMD previously) was established in 2006 by His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, as an independent government department. Sharjah Museums Authority includes 15 museums covering Islamic art and culture, archaeology, heritage, science, marine life, Sharjah history and the region.
Sharjah Aquarium features 20 tanks that recreate different local aquatic environments, from coral reefs and rock pools to lagoons and mangroves. There’s a huge variety of marine life on display, from clown fish and seahorses to eagle rays and reef shark.
The Sharjah Art Museum is an art museum in the city of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. The museum was inaugurated in April 1997 during the 3rd Sharjah International Arts Biennial. Sharjah Art Museum has a collection of modern and contemporary art by artists from United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries.
Sharjah National Park covers an are of nearly 630 thousand square feet of area. It has many small play areas like big size jungle gym with slides, rope ladders and all. This is the best places for playing, get together, Picnics and main is barbecue.
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