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AABF attracts 47,000 visitors

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The Al Ain Book Fair (AABF), held at the Al Ain Convention Centre from September 25, has now closed its 9th edition. The Book Fair, organised by the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism, attracted 47,577 visitors, an increase of
10 percent over the previous year.
Throughout AABF, visitors were introduced to thousands of specialist literary, cultural and scientific titles presented by 90 exhibitors, itself an increase of 20 percent participation versus 2016. The event also hosted 200 events, consolidating its position as one of the most important cultural events centered on publishing, reading and knowledge development in the Al Ain Region.
Speaking on the occasion, Saif Saeed Ghobash, Director-General of the Department of Culture and Tourism, said, “The Book Fair has become a prominent event on the country’s cultural and intellectual map as it attracts those from across the seven emirates who are eager to read and who are thirsty for knowledge, whether they are UAE citizens or non-UAE residents.”

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