What is the ‘Reviving Humanity Memorial Park’?

Daily News Egypt
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The World Youth Forum (WYF) concluded its fourth edition in the impressive ‘Reviving Humanity Memorial Park’ in Sharm El-Sheikh.

The park was designed by two award-winning Egyptian designers, Mohamed Radwan, the Head of the Architectural Design Division at Lead Marketing Solutions; and designer Shosha Kamal, the Founder of Shosha Kamal Design House.

The project is built around the Reviving Humanity Memorial, which was designed by Kamal and inaugurated by the president in 2018. The idea of ​​the project is to allocate a place that celebrates the achievements of human civilisation and spreads the values ​​of tolerance and coexistence; it is also inspired by the seven pillars of Egyptian civilisation. 

Radwan designed the master plan of the project based on the astronomical map of Sharm El-Sheikh on the night of the opening of the Memorial for the Revival of Humanity in November 2018.

The project consists of 16 main buildings on an area of ​​around 60 Feddans, in addition to service buildings, gardens, the memorial, the unity ring, the arch of light, and a huge events arena. 

It contains seven exhibitions dedicated to celebrating human values ​​and achievements and spreading environmental awareness, in addition to a planetarium, a lecture hall, coworking spaces, a multipurpose hall, restaurants, and the headquarters of the Revival of Humanity Organisation. 

The project is scheduled to be made available to the public by the end of 2022.

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