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28 February 2024

[Videos] Here’s the first look at the majestic Dubai Frame

By Sneha May Francis

Dubai Municipality has posted the first video capturing the majestic Dubai Frame on their official Instagram account.

Standing 150 metres tall, and 93 metres wide, the Dubai Frame unveils a staggering 100 metre-viewpoint of the Dubai panorama.



. يقع مشروع #برواز_دبي بالقرب من بوابة النجوم، الموقع الترفيهي الشهير في حديقة زعبيل وإحدى نقاط الجذب الهامة فيها، وهو عبارة عن برواز أو إطار متكامل، يبرز معالم الإمارة و يأطرها بشكل فريد. إذ يبلغ ارتفاع الضلعين 150 متر، وبعرض 93 متر، ليشكل الفراغ القائم بين الضلعين صورة جميلة لمدينة دبي واضحة المعالم من علو شاهق، بحيث ينقل من جهة معالم ومباني شارع الشيخ زايد، لترمز إلى مدينة دبي الحديثة، فيما تضم الجهة الثانية من البرواز معالم لمناطق ديرة، أم هرير والكرامة، والتي ترمز إلى دبي القديمة. Dubai Frame project is located near StarGate , the famous entertainment site in Zabeel Park and one of its important attraction points. Dubai frame highlights Dubai prominent landmarks in a unique way. It is a 150 meter-high, 93 meter-width for the space in the frame to form a beautiful image about Dubai from a high point. Additionally, it shows from one side the landmarks and building of Sheikh Zayed Road to symbolize the modern Dubai, while showing from the other side landmarks for Deira, Umm Hurair and Karama areas to symbolize the old Dubai. #دبي #بلدية_دبي #DubaiMunicipality #Dubai #mydubai #DubaiFrame #Dubai_Frame #برواز_دبي

A video posted by Dubai Municipality بلدية دبي (@dubaimunicipality) on


Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality checked the workflow of Dubai Frame project, which is being built at a cost of Dh160 million.

It is reported that 77 per cent of the project is completed so far.

Shaza Mohammed Bushra Fouad, architect at the General Project department of Dubai Municipality, said the landmark’s concept 'reflects a journey through time'. While the frame will provide glimpses of Dubai’s past and present, it will also offer a vision of what the emirate will look like 50 years from now.


Dubai Frame is located near StarGate, the famous entertainment site in Zabeel Park. On one side, it will showcase the landmarks of Sheikh Zayed Road symbolising modern Dubai, while the other side will show Deira, Umm Hurair and Karama to symbolise ‘old Dubai’.
Also read: What will Dubai look like in 50 years? Dubai Frame will tell you