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From Arab News: ‘Roads of Arabia’ opens in Berlin

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BERLIN: Chairman of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) Prince Sultan bin Salman and Mayor of Berlin Klaus Wowereit Wednesday opened the "Roads of Arabia Exhibition" at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin.

The exhibition aims to demonstrate the archeological richness and historical heritage of the Kingdom. The exhibition has so far traveled to France, Spain and Russia and was visited by more than a million people. It will remain open to the public for three months.

The opening ceremony was attended by more than a thousand people including the Saudi Ambassador to Germany Osama bin Abdul Majeed Shoboukshi, deputy chairman of the SCTA Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Ghaban, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Information Saleh Al-Mighaileeth, representatives of a number of government and private German establishments, reporters and history researchers.

In his opening remarks, Prince Sultan said the exhibition was first held in the Louvre Museum in October 2010, then the Caixa Forum in Barcelona and the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg in Russia.

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