Good place to learn
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 Archaeological Museum of Sharjah is the archives of the emirate of Sharjah. Through exhibits such as handmade products, coins, jewelry, pottery, and ancient weapons, the residents of Sharjah emirates have undergone environmental changes from the Stone Age to the present day. Through this, we can also further understand the history, culture and economy of the United Arab Emirates, and understand the historical connections and changes between the emirates. The appearance of the entire exhibition hall is also very characteristic of Arab architecture.