Souvenirs from United Arab Emirates

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Acrylic Fridge Magnet: United Arab Emirates. Flag of United Arab Emirates

Acrylic Fridge Magnet: United Arab Emirates. Flag of United Arab Emirates

Acrylic Fridge Magnet: United Arab Emirates. Coat of Arms of United Arab Emirates

Acrylic Fridge Magnet: United Arab Emirates. Coat of Arms of United Arab Emirates

Acrylic Fridge Magnet: United Arab Emirates. Dubai. Burj Al Arab

Sa silhouette culmine à 828 mètres. La tour Burj Khalifa, qui porte le nom de son fondateur l’émir Khalifa ben Zayed Al Nahyane, est la plus haute du monde. Inaugurée en elle comporte 211 étages. Un


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Dubai. The view down from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa. The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors).

Dubai, vu du gratte-ciel Burj Halifa haut de 828 mètres étages)

2)The united Arab emirates are considered a third wold country because it is not democratic. They are not the richest of country but do have many rich parts.

2)The united Arab emirates are considered a third wold country because it is not democratic. They are not the richest of country but do have many rich parts.

El Fuerte Al Fahidi Fort-El Corazón de Dubai::..*•#~~$??*

El Fuerte Al Fahidi Fort-El Corazón de Dubai::..*•#~~$??*

jumeirah beach park

jumeirah beach park

#Dubai #BurjAlArab #7StarHotel Burj Al Arab — 7 Star Hotel In Dubai — World's Most Luxurious Hotel.Опубликовано 22.06.2013.

#Dubai #BurjAlArab #7StarHotel Burj Al Arab — 7 Star Hotel In Dubai — World's Most Luxurious Hotel.Опубликовано 22.06.2013.

The historic Al Fahidi fort which is now Dubai museum.

The historic Al Fahidi fort which is now Dubai museum.

If only the walls of the Al Fahidi Fort could talk. Serving time as both a palace and a prison, it is now home of the Dubai Museum. The museum works as a timeline of the city’s history, displaying remnants of the past, as well as plans for the future.

If only the walls of the Al Fahidi Fort could talk. Serving time as both a palace and a prison, it is now home of the Dubai Museum. The museum works as a timeline of the city’s history, displaying remnants of the past, as well as plans for the future.

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