The Al Serkal Cultural Centre has a maze gallery, which showcases traditional and modern cutting-edge works of art by local and international artists. There is also an impressive portrait of Sheikh Zayed in the courtyard.
The Central Bazaar is the largest market in Sharjah. It is also called the Gold Souq locally, but to distinguish it from another gold market, it has always been called the Blue Bazaar according to its exterior Persian blue mosaic decoration style ( Blue Souq). And because it looks like a train, the local Chinese call it "Locomotive Market" and it is an old school built in 1935.
Al Serkal Cultural Center has the Labyrinth Art Gallery, which exhibits traditional and modern cutting-edge works of local and international artists. There is also an impressive work in the courtyard.
The outside of the cultural center is a bit rudimentary, but the inside is nice.
Although the scale of the entire cultural center looks small, there is a cave in it
The place is very nice, well organised and hosts Abu Dhabi classics with great concerts line up. Easy access with convenient parking.
I attended this amazing venue to see the Argentinian dance troop Che Malambo. The performance was spectacular and the amphitheater was so impressive .After the show I wandered around the gallery wit...