City on the Persian Gulf, which changed the oil
• The city on the Persian Gulf, which changed the oil
Dubai is considered one of the hottest cities in the world, but the trick it into another. It is the largest commercial, financial and tourist center of the Middle East, which is home to more than two million inhabitants ...
Probably one of the few cities on which is difficult to walk on foot.
In the first day is very very hot, and secondly, it is felt that the city was designed with a margin for further construction and between regions long distances, which really overcome only in transport.
Most of the photos in this post are made of car
Stop with air conditioning is not a luxury but a means of survival
Metro overhead, so controlled by automation rather than machinists
But despite the fact that the desert and 40 in a lot of greenery and it is no accident.
Under each sapling tube from which water is pumped
It is difficult to imagine how many kilometers these all the pipes are drawn, but watered every flower, or death ...
Rich homeowners cover the building is not gold, and green!
In Arabic Dubai - 'young locusts'. On the territory of the emirate was once one of the centers of origin of locusts
Before the 1940s, Dubai was a small settlement. Residents engaged in pearl production and exchange it for food.
Later, in Japan we learned to deduce pearls artificially, and the need for this has dropped substantially. Consequently, the crisis began in the country.
However, soon found oil, everything changed.
In Dubai, began a large-scale "wave developments."
In just 30 years, the city of Dubai has changed beyond recognition.
From picturesque Arab town he became a giant of contemporary architecture.
Burj Khalifa - while the highest ever building which exists in the world.
The pride of the main street of Dubai's Sheikh Zayed Road are silver-gray twin towers, one of which was formerly the tallest building in the Middle East
does not become less crowded With the onset of night Dubai, this city offers a lot of fun for everyone, both during the day and at night.
At night the city lights lights
I think beach babe deserves special posta-)