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Queen Elizabeth II unveils UAE museum design

Queen Elizabeth II took part in unveiling the design of the Zayed National Museum on Thursday on the final day of her visit to the United Arab Emirates – her first in more than three decades. Wearing a flowery white and green dress with a hat of the same pattern, the queen revealed the design by British architects Foster and Partners, accompanied by the UAE Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashed al-Maktoum. The Zayed National Museum, which dedicated to the memory of the late founder of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan, is expected to be ready by 2014.

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