Celebrating Ramadan at the historic Qasr Al Hosn - in pictures

The Abu Dhabi monument hosted a special event that featured performances, demonstrations, games and workshops

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For those who wanted to experience a unique Ramadan, Qasr Al Hosn hosted a holy month celebration at the weekend. The event at the Abu Dhabi landmark, the oldest stone building in the city, showcased authentic Emirati traditions including dancing and games.

Ayala, a traditional Emirati dance performed with sticks, was on display. There were also crafts and pearl-farming demonstrations. Oud players performed throughout the evening.

Qasr Al Hosn is one of Abu Dhabi’s most renowned historical buildings, with parts of the site dating back the 1760s.

Scroll through the gallery above to see more from Ramadan at Qasr Al Hosn.

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