Image Nation Abu Dhabi release History of the Emirates series and VR app

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Image Nation Abu Dhabi release History of the Emirates series and VR app
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We love seeing the UAE on screen, whether it’s Hollywood blockbusters or stunning documentaries.

Showcasing the UAE’s intriguing history and culture, a new TV series has been released exploring the roots of the nation.

Image Nation has released the documentary series History of the Emirates alongside a new virtual reality mobile app.

Free to watch, the stunning documentary series is narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Jeremy Irons and explores the UAE’s past.

Covering 125,000 years of local history, the series follows the UAE’s development right up until the national union in 1971.

Accompanying the series, the 7 Mysteries of the UAE mobile app has also been launched.

The app uses virtual reality and games to teach children about the UAE and support children with distance learning.

“During this difficult period, it is more important than ever to celebrate our community and its shared strength. History of the Emirates presents an inspirational story and we are very pleased to release the international edit of this pioneering series for the very first time in the region,” said Mohamed Al Mubarak, chairman of Image Nation Abu Dhabi.

“This is a show of solidarity with the community from Image Nation, and we hope that our documentary will bring families and friends together in a time of isolation.”
To watch the series visit www.historyoftheemirates.com.

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