ألف اختراع واختراع معرض إسلامي في لوس أنجلوس

The 1001 Inventions international touring exhibition enjoyed its US West Coast Premiere at the world-renowned California Science Center, in Los Angeles, on the 27th of May 2011. Following this official public launch, the exhibition was open for ten months, until the 11th of March 2012, and attracted more than 500,000 visitors.

As part of the ceremonial transfer of the 1001 Inventions exhibition from Los Angeles to Washtington DC, Dr. Diane Perlov and William T. Harris, Senior Vice Presidents of the California Science Center (CSC), presentedKathryn Kean, Vice President of Exhibitions at National Geographic, with a reproduction of the Scribe Clock – a 13th century invention by master engineer Al-Jazari, who is one of the central characters within the exhibition.

For more information please visit 1001 Inventions:
http://www.1001inventions.com/california

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