Video: Millions of flowers bloom across Dubai
1.7 million square feet of public space has been carpeted with colourful blooms.
Whether they are walking or driving, Dubai residents and visitors are always in for a floral treat. Millions of flowers have bloomed at squares, parks and roundabouts across Dubai.
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The Dubai Municipality adorned the emirate with 57 million flowers last year, the civic body said on Tuesday. In all, 1.7 million square feet of public space was carpeted with colourful blooms.
"#DubaiMunicipality is expanding the green areas within the Emirate's public places ... and is continuously developing, increasing, and supervising these areas using the best international practices in the field of cosmetic agriculture," the civic body tweeted.
#DubaiMunicipality is expanding the green areas within the Emirate's public places, especially roadblocks and public parks, and is continuously developing, increasing, and supervising these areas using the best international practices in the field of cosmetic agriculture. pic.twitter.com/IKzV2ELAF5— | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) February 16, 2021
Earlier, the municipality had announced that it has planted 10,000 Al Ghaf trees in 177 areas.
#DubaiMunicipality completed ‘Al Ghaf’ tree numbering in 177 areas since the project launched in 2017, which targeted in its first phase the total of 10,000 perennial trees in the urban area. pic.twitter.com/93Gu95Uuxd— | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) February 10, 2021
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