The United Arab Emirates consists of seven states. Dubai is the capital of the emirate of the same name and is located on the Persian Gulf. With a population of 2.106 million, it is the largest city in all of the Emirates.
Israel’s Foreign Minister has officially visited the Emirates for the first time. While normalization is proceeding, it is stalling in other Abrahamic states.
Fujairah is a small Arab principality in the east of the Arabian Peninsula, one of the seven emirates of the British protectorate of Treaty Oman.
Wearing a hijab, sharing a husband with other wives, observing many rules is a lot of women living in a Muslim state with strict morals. The women of the United Arab Emirates do not complain: they have ruled the country for a long time.
Dubai is the premier sports capital of the entire Middle East region. Here your attention will be provided with various types of competitions and international championships, golf, tennis, equestrian sports and car racing, ice skating, and scuba diving. The local climate and modern sports facilities make Dubai an ideal destination for sports enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts. The pride of the United Arab Emirates is camel racing.
For many people, half-knowledge and prejudices instead of facts determine their image of Dubai. We present you with ten interesting facts about Dubai that you probably did not expect.
Tourists often choose the place of recreation by the United Arab Emirates, but sometimes absolutely not interested in local customs and rules. But this eastern country is very religious and strict with those who do not comply with public norms of behavior and dress code.
For the United Arab Emirates, the state religion is Islam. However, along with this, other religions are allowed. The Emirates is the most open state in the Arab world. It is here that citizens of many countries of Asia, America, and Western and Eastern Europe live and work. The country has a significant number of temples, churches, and other structures of various religions.
The ethnographic village was built in 1997 in the historical district of Shindag as part of the folklore program of the Trade Festival. A visit to the Diving Village is a kind of time machine that allows you to see firsthand the striking contrast between modern Dubai and what it was just half a century ago. In the 1960s, oil was found on the coast of the Persian Gulf, and the era of hydrocarbons began for the emirates, turning the UAE into a rich and prosperous country. Oil revenues have created a fantastic desert paradise.
The United Arab Emirates is the country in which the concept of «transport infrastructure» was formed and realized literally in front of eyes for some 30-40 years. This is related to historical, climatic, and geographical features that are understandable. In fact, about half a century ago, apart from a few roads that could be counted on fingers and traditional boats «abra», there was nothing to use.