The Qasr al-Hosn is the most seasoned stone working in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Qasr al-Hosn, otherwise called the White Fort initially not white in shading but rather painted brilliant white amid 1976– 1983 remodels or Old Fort, was developed in 1761 as a cone shaped watchtower to guard the main freshwater well in Abu Dhabi island.The tower was later ventured into a little fortress in 1793 by the then ruler, Shakhbut canister Dhiyab Al Nahyan, and turned into the changeless habitation of the decision Sheik.
The pinnacle took its present shape after a noteworthy augmentation in the late 1930s, supported by incomes got for allowing the primary oil permit in Abu Dhabi. It remained the emir's castle subsequently the name Qasr al-Hosn, which means Palace post and seat of government until 1966. The post has been created a few times and is presently in part open to the general population. The Qasr al-Hosn is right now the subject of broad authentic, archeological, and structural research.
The post houses a historical center showing relics and pictures speaking to the historical backdrop of the nation. It likewise has a scope of weapons, utilized through the district's history, in plain view. Qasr al-Hosn celebration is a yearly 11-day social occasion organized on the grounds of the fort. The post is available to general society amid the celebration, including a portion of the confined zones and highlights unrecorded music and move exhibitions demonstrating the UAE's social legacy.