The four-day Saudi cultural exhibition which took place in Moscow alongside the FIFA World Cup in Russia concluded its activities and events.
The exhibition lasted from June 13-16 and attracted a large audience who came to see the World Cup as well as many Russians.
The event was put in place mainly to represent the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and to offer a deeper understanding to the country’s history and traditions.
The audience were offered glimpses into cultural, artistic, and heritage aspects of the Kingdom.
The event also aimed to highlight the country’s promising future with respect to Vision 2030 and what plans they have in store for a brighter tomorrow.
There were stalls that showcased short films, folk stories, and traditional costumes.
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