Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, located on the southern coast of the Persian Gulf. Looking at dozens of soaring skyscrapers, shady green alleys and concrete highways, it’s hard to believe that for several decades there was an ordinary sandy desert with a small Bedouin village.
Modern Dubai attracts travelers with numerous sights: this city has something to see for fans of ultra-modern architecture, and fans of ethno-tourism, and connoisseurs of natural beauties. Let’s take a closer look at what travelers should visit first of all in this unusual Middle Eastern city.
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