Where is Dubai

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Dubai is located in the United Arab Emirates, at latitude 25.07 and longitude 55.17, and rises above sea level 3 meters, and it extends over the northeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and is bordered on the southeast by the Sultanate of Oman, and on the south and west by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and from East, and northeast, Emirate of Sharjah.

Dubai History

Dubai was established in the year 1833 AD when about 800 settlers from the Baniyas tribe arrived in the Dubai Creek. Later, the Dubai Creek developed and turned into an economically prosperous port in the field of marine trade, fishing, and pearls. Dubai became a charming coastal city, and the population of Dubai was about 20 One thousand people by the thirties, and this number continued to increase rapidly after that.

Dubai was divided into two regions, Deira and Bur Dubai, where the largest market was established in the region on the side of the Deira from the Creek, which included about 350 stores attracting visitors to Dubai, and the region witnessed prosperous economic growth and a steady increase in population over the years, Dubai was ranked seventh in terms of the most visited cities in the world in 2013, and was named “the shopping capital of the Middle East” because it contains about 70 shopping centers, including the largest shopping center in the world, which is the “Dubai Mall”.

Tourist destinations in Dubai

There are many tourist places in Dubai that can be visited, and the most prominent of these places is the Burj Khalifa, which is the tallest building in the world. You can also visit the Dubai Mall, which includes many commercial and entertainment places, such as KidZania, the Aquarium, the Dubai Fountain, and the world of Sega, And many restaurants, you can also visit the Mall of the Emirates, which includes Dubai Social Theater and the Arts Center,
Art galleries, Dubai theater, and other great shops.
Tourists can also visit Palm Jumeirah, an artificial archipelago created using land reclamation technology, which is the smallest of a group of three artificial islands designed in the shape of a palm tree, in addition to the Dubai artificial marina, overlooking the Persian Gulf.


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