Exciting news, folks – initiatives are being made to introduce what Saudi tourism has t0 offer worldwide. And one of the first steps is taking place in France.
France is hosting the first international exhibition dedicated to the human and natural heritage of Al Ulahin northern Saudi Arabia
Al-Ula an area packed with prehistoric sites and landmarks, some of them dating back to the Bronze Age. One of its most iconic relics is the Mada’in Saleh, a UNESCO World Heritage site which is known to be the second-largest Nabatean capital (second only to Petra).
The expo will be staged at the headquarters of the Arab World Institute (IMA) in Paris from October 9 to January 9.
The IMA’s president and former French minister of culture, Jack Lang, said the display aimed to introduce visitors to the governorate of AlUla and its unique natural and archaeological resources.