How Dubai’s History Has Impacted Its Future


Dubai's History Impacted Its Future

As the first country in the Middle East to be recognize by the United Nations, Dubai’s history is a fascinating and important one. And with the potential of more improvements to come, it will only become more fascinating and important. Thus this is How Dubai’s History Has Impacted Its Future.

 Dubai's History
How Dubai’s History Has Impacted Its Future

Origin Of Dubai

As recently as the year 1699, Dubai had become a part of the Ottoman Empire. When the Emirate of Al Rashid made Dubai the capital of the emirate, the Emir announced: “We are a city of two halves – one is called Europe and the other is called Asia. Therefore, we should be united like a single heart.”

The local ruler also organized a grand feast in the town hall to mark the occasion and invited the entire region to celebrate with him. Later that day, he set sail for the Italian city of Venice and crossed the ocean. Two years later, the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire formally recognized Dubai as his capital.

The Sultan of the Ottoman Empire planned to further consolidate Dubai into a single country, and he began building a new palace for himself and his successors. And in 1868, he opened the Sultan Qaboos Al Maktoum Grand Mosque.

He hoped that through these great changes, Dubai would be able to rule over the entire Arabian Peninsula. To this end, he issue what is call as the Emirate Contract. Which require every member of the emirate to pledge allegiance to Dubai.

Today, many people in the United Arab Emirates have built their entire lives around their employment in the modern-day emirates of Dubai. And of course, Dubai has its own currency, the Dubai dinar, as well as a central bank, the Dubai International Financial Centre.

The Emirates are located on the east coast of the Persian Gulf. They are home to many of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates, including Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Sharjah.

How Dubai's History Has Impacted Its Future
How Dubai’s History Has Impacted Its Future

More About Dubai

Dubai is the largest city in the modern-day Edwards, with a population of over four million. The city boasts many attractions, including the world-famous Burj Khalifa. Which is the seventh tallest building in the world.

The second biggest city in the Edwards is Fujairah, which also borders Dubai. Fujairah is one of the top five cities in the world that are popular with expatriates. And some of the best beaches in the world are found in the Fujairah Islands. Including the world-famous Palm Jumeirah.

Ras Al Khaimah is the third largest city in the Edwards. And is popular with tourists because of its white sandy beaches and large number of beautiful water-based activities. Ras Al Khaimah is home to numerous interesting ancient sites, including the historic city of Umm Al Quwain.

Sharjah is also a major city in the Edwards and also has a large number of beach-based activities. It has a lot of sandy beaches, which are popular with people of all ages.

Abu Dhabi is the fourth largest city in the Edwards. And is consider to be one of the most modern cities in the world. It is also home to many interesting historical sites, including the Capital City of Abu Dhabi.

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