Kuwait in general, and Souk al-Mubarakiya, in particular, wears the look of a grand national wedding as it prepares to celebrate the National and Liberation days, the loftiest occasions celebrated by its people and residents on its land.

It is the 61st anniversary of the National Day and the 31st Liberation Day from the Iraqi invasion so that Kuwait remains the bride of the Gulf, reports Al-Jarida daily.

Al-Mubarakiya market, one of the oldest heritage areas in Kuwait, and is decorated and dressed in national feasts, and its shops are decorated with folk costumes that express the depth of Kuwaiti heritage, decorated with the colors of the Kuwaiti flag.

The flags adorn the corridors of the market and form an exquisite artistic painting that draws joy and pleasure on faces.

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