Tourism in Abu Dhabi

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The Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi is the first branch of the Louvre Museum to open outside France. The museum contains more than 23 exhibitions and includes 600 pieces of art inspired by different civilizations of the world. Also 300 artworks taken from major French institutions, including the works of Da Vinci, Monet, Matisse, and Van Gogh.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque was built in 2008, and its design combines the Mamluk, Fatimid and Ottoman styles, and the mosque contains the largest handcrafted carpet in the world. Of crystal weighing up to 12 tons.

Qasr al-Hosn

The Al-Hosn Palace was built in the 1860s as a watchtower made of marine and coral stones, and it is the oldest historical building in the emirate, and it was the home of the ruling Al Nahyan family, and now the fort has turned into a permanent exhibition that tells the story of Abu Dhabi and the history of its people, and it is a vital symbol of heritage, culture and traditions Emirati.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the first theme park in the world to bear the Ferrari brand, and Ferrari World contains Formula Rossa with a top speed of 250 km in 4.9 seconds, and Flying Ice, which is the world’s highest roller coaster, electric powered karting, and the latest simulators Style, Ferrari World also has a variety of Italian food.

Capital Gate Tower

Capital Gate Tower is the first man-made oblique tower, and the shape of the building aims to represent a spiral of sand, while the curved canopy known as the (Sprinkler) extending over the adjacent runway that rises on one side of the building has a wave-like effect .

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