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Located along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf, a state of United Arab Emirates (UAE) that spells charisma is Dubai which is one of the seven emirates and the business hub of the region.
Documents show that the city existed 150 years before the development of the UAE. The city's area is second to Abu-Dhabi in population. Dubai and Abu-Dhabi are the two cities that have the power to veto in issues of country interest. The Al Maktoum dynasty has been ruling Dubai since the early 19th century. Currently, Dubai is being headed by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who also holds the offices of the Prime Minister and Vice President of the seven emirates.
The emirate's business thrives on real estate and financial services. Dubai is a big business center with tourists visiting from all over the world. Some of the shopping malls in city carry immense appeal for the visitors due to the huge variety of products they offer an. Apart from this, these shopping arcades offer a whole entertainment experience to the visitors due to an aura of magnificence and the city has emerged as the world business center. Compared to this, petroleum and natural gas generate less than 6% of Dubai's US$ economy. In 2005, real estate and construction gave a share of 22.6% to the economy.
In the olden days in the south-east Arabian peninsula, the towns in the area were commerce centers between the Eastern and Western worlds. The ruins of an old swamp, going back 7000 years, were found. Before Islam came to this region, the people used to worship Bajir (Bajar). The Byzantine and Sassanian empires commanded rule over the region, however the Sassanians had greater control. When Islam came, the Umayyad Caliph invaded the region and the Sassanians were expelled. Dubai is mentioned in a very early history manuscript of 1095, in the Book of Geography.
Dubai basically got its name in the early 19th century, when the Al Abu Falasa clan established the city. It however, remained a part of Abu-Dhabi till 1833. The Exclusive Agreement signed in 1892, imparted security to the city putting it under the protection of the Great Britain. Dubai had to face two big calamities during the 1800s. A smallpox plague swept the Bur Dubai locality in 1841 and the inhabitants were forced to migrate to Deira in east. The other disaster occurred when a big fire erupted burning down most houses. Still, the traders were attracted to the region due to policy of the emir of Dubai to welcome foreign traders. The emir had decreased the tax brackets making the traders migrate from major business centers of that time like Sharjah and Bandar Lengeh.
The city has some great attractions. Burj Dubai, the tallest tower in the world and still growing is one of the major landmarks of the city. Next comes hotel Hydropolis which is an underwater hotel of the first kind in the world, due to open in 2009. Atlantis Resort & Hotel is another venture, which is a multi-billion resort constructed on the beautiful Palm Island. To lend a unique touch, a formation of islands by the name of 'The World' for private and commercial use has been set up off the coast of Dubai.
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