Saturday, 19 October 2019

Visitors are seen outside the Cave of Miracles, part of Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. A new park that uses gardens and landscaping to tell stories from Islam's sacred text has opened in Dubai, offering locals and tourists a day out with a religious twist. REUTERS/Satish Kumar

Visitors are seen inside the Cave of Miracles, part of Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. Quranic Park attracted some 100,000 people in its first week, officials say, feeding demand for religious attractions in the United Arab Emirates where Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a top destination for visitors. REUTERS/Satish Kumar

Visitors are seen inside 'The Glass House', part of Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. The educational park, which seeks to attract Muslims and non-Muslims alike, features 12 gardens, a "Cave of Miracles," and a split lake symbolizing Moses parting the Red Sea. REUTERS/Satish Kumar

Solar panel trees are seen on the pathway at Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. Visitors to the cave can learn about the story of Jesus making a bird from clay and six other prophetic miracles mentioned in the Quran, using 3D map and hologram displays. REUTERS/Satish Kumar

Visitors are seen outside Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. Trees bearing grapes, figs, pomegranates and olives dot the park's 64 hectares, highlighting the medical and scientific uses of plants mentioned in the Quran and sunnah, the teachings of the Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Satish Kumar

Visitors are seen crossing the lake at Dubai's Quranic Park in Dubai, UAE April 6, 2019. REUTERS/Satish Kumar