sights and attractions places of interest Al Mizhar-2 Park
Al Mizhar-2 Park
Updated on 16 March 2017

Dubai Municipality opened Al Mizhar-2 Park this week. Spread over a total area of about 1.7 hectares, the park is one of the neighborhood parks that serve the residents of the area. The park, constructed by Dubai Municipality at a cost of Dhs 6.3 million, has 0.88 hectares of landscaping.

Accompanied by Lootah and other Municipality officials, Bin Mejren toured the park, planted a group of trees, and watched an exhibition, which highlighted a range of designs of the horticultural projects implemented by the municipality in various locations in Dubai as well as the role of Dubai Nursery in providing plants that contribute to the plantation process.

Lootah praised the ongoing efforts for the plantation week, adding that this year's events have come out very well as expected and succeeded in achieving its objectives. He also thanked the organisations and departments as well as the officials and staff who contributed to the success of the activities of this important annual event.

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