Jeddah to have 38 towers with Islamic inscriptions
Jeddah Municipality has given the “green light” for the installation of 38 telecommunication towers with Islamic inscriptions on them in a move to support Islamic aesthetics in the city.
Turki bin Fathi Al-Zoghby, general manager of economic development and investment at Jeddah Municipality, said the municipality has planned to install 38 communication towers in different locations across Jeddah. The licenses of 20 such towers have been issued, while the licenses of the final 18 are being reviewed.
So far, a tower with the beautiful names of Allah written in artistic calligraphy have been installed on the old Makkah highway, and another has been installed in Rabwah District, Al-Zoghby said.
Currently, the municipality is working on three more towers at three locations on King’s Road in the form of Mosaic in Safa and Nuzha districts that will be installed within ten days.
The other places where such towers will be installed will be Al-Fahiya district, Almentzhat district, Al-Shati, Al-Andalus, Muhamdiya, Al-Bastian, Al-Mahjar, South Obhur, Al-Nuzha, Al Safa and Al-Naeem districts.