Falcons, Hunting Exhibition Kicked off, at Riyadh Front Season, with Participation of 20 Countries
Riyadh, Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition topped the scene, at the Riyadh Front Season, in the first day of the event, at the season site, located at the main entrance for visitors, coming from King Khalid International Airport.
In its second edition, the exhibition witnessed a beyond expectations turnout by exhibitors and visitors, achieving the highest attendance rate since its early hours, in light of the attention and passion for falcons and weapons by visitors, who have been waiting for its opening, since the early morning hours.
The exhibition aims to strengthen contact with our folklore and cultural heritage and preserve the heritage of Saudi Arabia, in terms of the falconry hobby, as an inherent customs of the Arabs, in general, and the Saudis, in particular.
It also works to spread the culture and arts through the establishment of a regional high-level exhibition, specialized in falcons and hunting, for participants from the Kingdom, the Gulf region and the world, in addition to offering opportunity to visitors to view and buy the latest hunting tools and equipment from around the world, with the participation of more than 20 countries, in the exhibit.
The location of the exhibition, which leads the scene, at Riyadh Front, built on a total area of 36 thousand square meters, including the exhibition, with 30 sections specialized for diverse products, such as veterinary supplies and falcons, a department for weapons and tools of land trips, another for fine arts and interactive wings to introduce the culture of the Arabian Peninsula, and Saudi interest in falcons, and to present the experiences of participating countries.
All sections were of a great appeal to visitors, who touched the development, in the presentation of products and accompanying events, in addition to desert-wise displays of hunting tools and cars with modified wings that satisfy the avidity of travelers and visitors, interested in the field of hunting
Source: Saudi Press Agency