The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate announced the list of speakers and participants from the Kingdom and around the world. Participants in the first session of the “Al-Ula World Archeology Summit”, which will be held from September 13 to 15 in Maraya Hall.
More than 300 experts and interested persons in the field of antiquities and cultural heritage, in addition to 80 speakers, participate in the sessions and dialogues of the summit, along with dozens of stakeholders from governmental and non-governmental institutions, international organizations and the media. The summit focuses during its meetings and dialogue sessions on developing archeology, which contributes to In increasing and activating archaeological discoveries around the world.
The summit is one of the initiatives of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate. which leads the comprehensive development of Al-Ula as a leading global destination for cultural and natural heritage, and the summit works to employ the insights gained from cultural heritage and scientific progress for the benefit of humanity; Which contributes to achieving the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
Speakers and participants will take part in exploratory trips to the main heritage sites in Al-Ula, which will provide a global platform for scientific discussion, collaboration and innovation between archeology and contemporary global issues in the sector. To reach common visions and solutions derived from cultural heritage.
The Royal Commission for Al-Ula aims, through the Al-Ula World Archaeological Summit, to promote various historical, geographical and heritage attractions, and to organize relevant conferences that confirm the presence of Al-Ula within the map of the most important historical sites in the world, as well as to activate partnerships with international organizations, as it is one of the most important places Archeology in the world whose features tell the history of human civilizations.