Replica of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque modelled
Gulf Today|December 01, 2020
ABU DHABI: To commemorate the UAE’s 49th National Day, ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, managed by Aldar Education has created a large-scale replica of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque consisting of 111 components and separate pieces bearing students’ names, created with recycled products available within the school.

ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, managed by Aldar Education has created a large scale replica of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.

The model was created as a memorable way to both celebrate UAE National Day and serve as a reminder of how precious life is, that we most come together cohesively, especially during such unprecedented times as experienced this year. The model is a symbol for harmony and hard work within the school.

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