November 3 marks the UAE’s Flag Day and HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai, has honoured the special day with an iconic video paying tribute to some of the UAE’s leaders.
Residents of the UAE woke up to a beautiful, 25-second footage of the UAE Flags panning out to the images of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.
Millions of followers commented on the incredible video that commemorates the day celebrated annually.
4500 flags were used to create the portraits of the leaders, located at Flag Garden in Kite Beach.
UAE Flag Day done right!
UAE Flag Day takes place on November 3, every year
This beautiful occasion takes place annually to mark a tribute to the UAE’s most-respected symbol, its flag, the representation of the country’s UAE, achievements, success and the sacrifices made by its founding fathers.
It has been held since 2013 to also mark Sheikh Khalifa’s emergence as President of the UAE.
4500 flags were used to form the portraits of the leaders at the Flag Garden. It is open to the public until December 10, 2019.
UAE schools, workplaces, institutions and government spots are taking part by raising the flag
The flag is a symbol of the country’s unity and culture
Happy UAE Flag Day!
‘Tis a time to be proud of living in a country with so much love, respect and tolerance to its own culture and others.