United Arab Emirates - One Nation, One Future
This final section was designed to be an open exhibition hall. The interactive screens will give visitors an opportunity to learn about the developments that contributed to the birth of the new nation and prominence of nation’s efforts right after the Union. It is also a way to highlight the major achievements and events that led to the country’s growth, making it what it became today. A variety of subjects will be displayed: The relations of the U.A.E. with other countries, its membership in international organisations, the formal recognition in the United Nations and the positive impact of individual development. One of the interactive screens will represent the stages of development of the passports in each Emirate before adopting the actual shape and content of the unified passport of the UAE.
This section also features an interactive and educational screen. A competition of seven questions will be available for any person capable of interacting with the screen to pick up right answers and win.
The National Anthem will comprise a part of the section, presented with dignity and pride, in addition to a display of the U.A.E. slogan and different stages leading to the adoption of the actual design of the Federal State’s flag.
The circulating national currencies in the region from 1780 to 1973 are displayed in this hall in a digital format with an option available for live viewing.
The hall, rich with national treasures, includes artifacts, archival documents and historical newspapers, each relevant to the content of the interactive screen.
The last 3 showcases reflect the unity of the UAE Armed Forces. The personal belongings, medals and military costumes are proof of the valuable achievements of the armed forces, most particularly during their noble participation in the UN Peacekeeping Mission.
At the end of this section, a giant screen will display materials with deep meaning: a summary of the Union, a glimpse into the past, present and future of the Emirates that lay in the hands of leaders who fell in love with the land and the people who returned their love by swearing loyalty to protect them.