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Dubai is the most crowded city in the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai: History and Culture

Dubai: History and Culture

Dubai is also the first port in the country. Founded in the 18th century, Dubai continues a reserved, reticent and remote town in the world that lives primarily fishing for pearls in the late 19th century. At that point in time, as the emirate around it, they increase significance in contibuting in the conception of the Trucial States (Trucial States in English) in 1853.

Living a hard time throughout the wars before entering full force into modernization in the second half of the 20th  century, Dubai joined in the Formation of the modenr UAE in 1971 with the Emir is vice-chair.

On the other hand, other archeological breakthroughs specify that, as practically four thousand years ago, Dubai coastline was a small fishing village. And it is deemed that, the harbor on the creek had used to be very busy.

Archeologist has just found out hundreds of archeological personal results created by man including potteries. Weapons and coins and others, which date back to the third millennium BC. These archeological things signify that, there were societies in the emirate then. The things are exhibited in Dubai Museum, and there are still a number of mosques, places, forts, mosques and other archeological places in Dubai that corresponds to some significant tourist  attractions for tourist tour operators.

Dubai became recognized since 18th century when it was fishing and diving city. The Arab tribe of Bani Yas came to Dubai in 1833 under the leadership of Sheikh Maktoum Bin Btyy, the founder of the first Dubai emirate, and ever since it has been under Almaktoum dynasty to date. After that, other Bani Yas tribes and other tribes came to Dubai, which doubled the populace a number of times. The noble leadership given by Almaktoum dynasty has had a reflective influence in changing Dubai from a fishing and diving village into a extensive business city.

Dubai was then a vivid and enhanced commercial centre that was owing to the geographical site where it is situated on the coastline, which had a rivulet that was the best natural port in the south of the Arabian Gulf. The rivulet has a large impact on everyday life of Dubai resident then.

Mohamed Dekkak

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