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All About United Arab Emirates Country

Brief information The tourism industry in the Emirates, thanks to the oil found in huge quantities in the coastal waters of this state, is developing rapidly. Oil allows the emirs of the UAE to build luxury hotels with excellent infrastructure. Foreign tourists in the UAE are attracted not only by the warm sea with coral… Read More »

Sights of the United Arab Emirates

The largest emirate in the UAE is Abu Dhabi, which consists of several oasis cities. According to ethnicityology, the capital of the emirate is the city of Abu Dhabi. The fact that people lived on this land for a very long time is evidenced by numerous archaeological finds. Previously, this city was an ordinary cluster… Read More »

Facts of United Arab Emirates

Below you can get practical information when traveling to the United Arab Emirates – for example about travel insurance. Visit rrrjewelry.com for middle east overview. Language: Arabic Capital: Abu Dhabi Population: 9 million Religion: Sunni Islam Currency: Dirham Area: 83,600 km2 Worth knowing Time difference The time difference between Sweden and the United Arab Emirates depends… Read More »

Travel to United Arab Emirates

Area Dubai: 3,885 km² Area UAE: 83,600 km² Residents Dubai: 3,137,000 (Oct. 8, 2018) Residents UAE: 9,267,000 (2016) Population density UAE: 111 E / km² Form of Government: Federal hereditary monarchy System of Government: Constitutional monarchy Language: Arabic, (English) Religions: Islam is the state religion (76% of the population), but Hindus, Sikhs and Christians (9%) also live in the UAE Currency: Dirham (AED)… Read More »

Middle East – Western Asia

There are different views of where the Middle East begins and where it ends. Similar to Central Asia, the Near East is always defined differently. One of the most common definitions is that the area is bordered by the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Iran to the east, the Indian Ocean… Read More »