When traveling to Sharjah, there is a big square in the center of the city. One side of the square is the mosque, and the other side is the famous blue market. Also known as the Sharjah Gold Market, it is not very large inside, and it is still far behind the Dubai market. It is a small commodity wholesale market.
Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi (Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi), the chief of Sharjah, has long attached importance to the development of education, Islamic culture and cultural relics protection. In 1998, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) granted Sharjah the title of "Cultural Capital of the Arab World" in recognition of its outstanding achievements in the field of culture and education.
The Locomotive Gold Market in Sharjah was designed by the Chief of Sharjah himself, hence the name of the locomotive. Today, it has become a good place for tourists to visit and shop. He was dizzy by the local ethnic vendors. Too warm and friendly. A black suit was bought for AED 150. I was also taken for a group photo~ The locals here are not as cold as the locals in Dubai and dare not approach