The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a historical center in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. The gallery, opened in 2008, covers Islamic culture, with in excess of 5,000 ancient rarities from the Islamic world. Articles incorporate calligraphy, carvings, earthenware production, coins, glass, compositions, metalwork, and logical instruments. The gallery is situated on the Corniche Street in the al-Majjarah territory, on the contrary side of the road from Sharjah Creek. It is exceptionally unmistakable due to its huge size and brilliant arch.
The gallery is arranged in the chronicled focus of Sharjah on the Majarrah Waterfront. It was initially a customary souq. His Highness Sheik Dr Sultan canister Muhammad Al-Qasimi, an individual from the Supreme Council and leader of Sharjah, opened the gallery on 5 June 2008. The exhibition hall involves numerous roomy displays and show regions for its perpetual accumulation composed as takes after: The Abu Bakr Gallery of Islamic Faith introduces a prologue to Islam and the Holy Quran. It displays the five mainstays of Islam, imperative standards of Islamic convention and an interesting record of the Hajj or Islamic journey.
Remarkable ancient rarities incorporate stupendous areas from the Kiswah, which covers the Ka'aba in Makkah, uncommon recorded Quran compositions and in addition models, photos, introductions and critical actualities about mosque engineering from around the globe. Second Gallery features the accomplishments of Islamic science and the commitments of incredible Islamic researchers to world human progress. Complex three-dimensional models, audiovisuals and broad data boards graph probably the most remarkable revelations, innovations and hypotheses created by Islamic researchers in such fields as space science, solution, geology, design, arithmetic, science, military innovation, marine route and building.