AlUla, Wonder of Arabia Exhibition Inaugurated in Beijing

AlUla, Wonder of Arabia Exhibition Inaugurated in Beijing

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) inaugurated the "AlUla, Wonder of Arabia" exhibition at the Palace Museum in the Chinese capital, Beijing, with the attendance of various official and cultural figures from both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and China.

Present at the official opening ceremony were the Saudi Ambassador to China, Abdulrahman Al-Harbi, and the RCU’s Chief of Communications and Public Relations, Abdulrahman Al-Trairi, along with several Chinese officials and ambassadors from sisterly and friendly countries accredited to China.

The "AlUla, Wonder of Arabia" exhibition is held in partnership between the RCU and the French Agency for AlUla Development.
The exhibition will open its doors to the general public starting Sunday until March 22nd.

The exhibition takes place in the Imperial Palace, known as the "Forbidden City," classified within UNESCO's World Heritage list.

It encompasses various pavilions, exhibits, archaeological pieces, and heritage items from the historical sites in AlUla. Additionally, it features several programs and initiatives aligned with the vision of AlUla, in harmony with Saudi Vision 2030.

The exhibition includes more than 235 pieces of sculptures, ceramics, and inscriptions, including 50 pieces displayed for the first time.

The "AlUla, Wonder of Arabia" exhibition is the second edition, building on the success of the RCU’s inaugural edition held in the French capital, Paris, in 2019.