The most important landmarks of Dubai

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Dubai

Dubai is one of the seven United Arab Emirates, and it is the second largest emirate after the capital Abu Dhabi, with an area of ​​approximately 4.114 square kilometers, and a population of approximately 2.262,000 people, bordered on the eastern side by Sharjah, and on the western side by the capital Abu Dhabi, meaning that it is located between These two Emirates.

What distinguishes Dubai is that it is the capital of the Emirates from the economic point of view, in which free economic activity abounds, and it is an attractive region for investment due to the lack of a tax system in it.

The most important landmarks of Dubai

Dubailand

It is considered one of the largest tourism initiatives undertaken by the government of the emirate, where tourists can practice their various hobbies; there are golf courses, vast areas for horse riding, and a sports city, and there is also motor sport racing that includes all the global conditions for this sport.

Dubai Desert Reserve

It was established for the purposes of protecting the desert plant and animal life that may be threatened with extinction, as the reserve administration is working on exploratory programs and many studies through which the movements and lifestyles of these rare animals are monitored, in addition to other programs to grow some types of rare desert plants.

Water park

It is considered one of the most famous water parks in the world, visitors to it come from different regions of the world, as it contains the largest house which is considered the second largest in the world with a speed of approximately (80) square kilometers, in addition to (24) games related to slides and artificial surfing , And many other multiplayer water games.

flowers Garden

It is called “Dubai Miracle Garden”, this wonderful garden contains about (45) million flowers of different types and colors, and the garden area is about (72) thousand square kilometers, characterized by a delicate design, as it was nominated to enter the Guinness Book of Records because it contains a pyramid Of flowers with a height of (10) meters, and its base has an area of ​​about (144) square meters.

Burj Khalifa

This tower is considered one of the highest skyscrapers in the world, it contains modern elevators, and the absence of the sun from it can be seen completely when you are at the bottom, and when you climb the elevators, you can see its absence again from another place. Burj Khalifa contains offices, hotels and malls.

Bastakiya

It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Dubai, and it consists of a heritage building consisting of one or two floors at the most, where the wealthy families who came from the Bastak region in southern Iran lived. The neighborhood is built in the style of wind towers that were in the foot and constitute a local architectural style based on the ventilation of the house and reduce the high temperature.

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