Landmarks of the United Arab Emirates

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The United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates is a federal state located in the eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula in the southwest of the continent of Asia, overlooking the southern shore of the Arabian Gulf, and shares with the State of Qatar from the northwest with joint maritime borders, while it shares with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the west with borders Land and sea, and from the southeast with the Sultanate of Oman, the population of the United Arab Emirates, according to the 2016 statistics, is approximately 9,542,000 people, and the total area of ​​the country is about 83,600 km2.

The most important landmarks of the United Arab Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque

The mosque is located in the city of Abu Dhabi, and it is called the Great Mosque, and it is considered one of the most prominent Islamic monuments in the Emirates, where the mosque was built in 1996 AD, and the mosque ranks fourth in terms of the largest mosque in the world, after each of the Grand Mosque, and the mosque The Prophet, and the Second China Mosque in the white shrine, and the mosque consists of four minarets covered with white marble, and the area of ​​the mosque can accommodate more than seven thousand worshipers.

Culture village

The village was established in 1997, near the Marina Shopping Center in Abu Dhabi, and this village reflects the heritage, ancient coastal life, hunting and diving in order to search for pearls in the United Arab Emirates, and festivals in the village are organized that reflect the nature of ancient life through The presence of tents made of goat hair, as well as tools that were used in the old houses built of clay, and the ancient markets where fish were sold, and the life of the Bedouins and the most important crafts that they were making.

Burj Khalifa

It is considered the largest skyscraper found in Dubai, as it is the tallest tower in the world, and the tower was opened in 2010, with the total costs of establishing the tower reaching nearly a billion and a half dollars, where there is the highest mosque and restaurant in addition to the highest viewing balcony that goes to it Many to enjoy the wonderful views, and there is the highest swimming pool, and every year the tower is held in front of the Dubai Dancing Fountain New Year celebrations.

Palm Jumeirah

It is called the Palm Islands in Dubai, and it is one of the smallest of the three artificial islands shaped like palm trees, and the residential areas are located in the fronds of the Palm.

Ajman Museum

The museum was opened in 1991 AD, and it is considered one of the most important archaeological monuments found in the Emirate of Ajman, where in the past it was a fortress to protect the emirate. Old life of Ajman.

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