One month before the doors to Expo 2020 Dubai open to the world, UAE leaders have shared new images of the impressive site.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, took to social media to post previously unseen photos.
"I reviewed the final preparations for Expo Dubai, set to begin 30 days from now on October 1, 2021," wrote Sheikh Mohammed.
"Our teams are ready and pavilions are complete for the world’s largest event since the outset of pandemic.
"We assure everyone that the experience that the world will witness at the Expo will be unprecedented," he said.
"The 6 months of the event will go down in history for the ideas and inventions that will benefit humanity for years to come."
Abu Dhabi's crown prince wrote that the event will build on the country's long standing history of cultural exchange.
"One month from today, the UAE will proudly host Expo 2020 Dubai, one of the world's largest cultural events," Sheikh Mohamed wrote.
"Delivered under the guidance of my brother Mohammed bin Rashid, the event builds upon our nation’s longstanding history as a facilitator of cultural dialogue & exchange."