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Dessert mountian,United Arab Emirates About United Arab Emirates:

United Arab Emirates is a country located in the southeast end of the Arabian Peninsula. Formerly known as the Trucial States, the United Arab Emirates comprises the seven emirates (states) of Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, Dubai, Ra's al Khaymah and Umm al Quwain. Abu Dhabi is the biggest of these states and the vibrant capital, although Dubai tends to be the most famous. The UAE has been criticized for its human rights record, including the role of Sharia law in its legal system.

Dubai Marina, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates is a modern and dynamic country. To some, it is an advanced and clean country, to others a touristy "Disneyland". The roads and other public facilities are modern if, at times, extremely crowded. Supermarkets offer a vast assortment of products from Europe and the U.S., depending on the shop, along with local and regional items. The UAE's oil reserves are the seventh-largest in the world, while its natural gas reserves are the world's seventeenth-largest.

Climate: The climate of the U.A.E is subtropical-arid with hot summers and warm winters, average maximum temperatures reach above 45 °C, Average minimum temperatures in January and February are between 10 and 14 °C.

 Lake Zakher, United Arab EmiratesGeography: The United Arab Emirates is often abbreviated to simply UAE and is an important federation on the south-easterly side of the Arabian Peninsula, where it lies next to the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. Saudi Arabia is located on the western side of the United Arab Emirates, while Oman can be found to the south-east,  to the southeast and also on the eastern tip of the Musandam Peninsula. UAE it is in a strategic location along southern approaches to the Strait of Hormuz, a vital transit point for world crude oil. The largest emirate, Abu Dhabi, accounts for 87% of the UAE's total areaThe smallest emirate, Ajman, encompasses only 259 km2. Britain delineated the internal borders among the seven emirates in order to preempt territorial disputes that might hamper formation of the federation.

  Jumeirah Islands, United Arab EmiratesNature:  The UAE coast stretches for more than 650 km (404 mi) along the southern shore of the Persian Gulf. Most of the coast consists of salt pans that extend far inland. The desert area of Abu Dhabi includes two important oases with adequate underground water for permanent settlements and cultivationAbout 100 km to the northeast of Liwa is the Al-Buraimi oasis, which extends on both sides of the Abu Dhabi-Oman border. Lake Zakher is a man-made lake. The region is prone to occasional, violent dust storms, which can severely reduce visibility. The Jebel Jais mountain cluster in Ras al-Khaimah has experienced snow only twice since records began. The smaller islands, as well as many coral reefs and shifting sandbars, are a menace to navigation. Strong tides and occasional windstorms further complicate ship movements near the shore.

White  Sharks, United Arab EmiratesFlora and Fauna: The tropical seas off the coast of the UAE are home to a rich diversity of marine fish, with over 500 species recorded, ranging from 29 species of sharks to minute coral-reef dwellersThe UAE is a haven for birdwatchers: in addition to the more than 100 species that regularly breed here, large numbers of migratory birds also visit the UAE en route between Europe, Asia and Africa. The country is also home to the Bats, rodents, carnivores, ungulates and even a species of hare inhabit its inhospitable deserts and seemingly barren mountains, whilst its seas are home to the world’s second largest population of dugongs, as well as numerous whales and dolphins. In addition to flowering plants, the environment supports a few ferns, bryophytes and mosses, while the country’s marine plant life includes seaweeds, sea grasses and microalgae.

 Abu Dhabi , United Arab EmiratesCapital city: Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, and also capital of Abu Dhabi emirate, the largest of the UAE's seven member emirates. It is a home  federal government offices, is the seat of the United Arab Emirates Government, home to the Abu Dhabi Emiri Family and the President of the UAE, who is from this family. Abu Dhabi is the fourth most expensive city for expatriate employees in the region, and in 2014 was the 68th most expensive big city in the world. Its long coastline--the shallow waters of the Southern Gulf, extending from the base of the Qatar Peninsula in the west to the border of the emirate of Dubai on the north east--was once the world's best waters for pearling.

Ziyeed grand Mosque,Dubai , United Arab EmiratesTourisms: The country’s luxurious side and be pampered at the reams of five star abodes and spas, flex your credit card with world-class designer shopping or dine at gourmet restaurants. The UAE capital now looks set to become the country's cultural heart, with the Sheikh Zayed National Museum, the Louvre and the Guggenheim galleries scheduled to open in the next five years. Coastal Fujairah offers nature walks and a host of outdoor adventures, including off road mountian biking, wakeboarding, plus snorkelling and scuba diving with sea turtles and reef sharks. sleepy town recently opened the Middle East’s first manmade whitewater rafting, kayaking and surfing centre, Wadi Adventure. The world watched spellbound as billionaire Emiratis built megastructure after megastructure, seducing slack-jawed tourists and expats with everything from the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab to bustling souks, sprawling tax-free shopping malls and decadent hotel brunches.

Regions in United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi Abu Zaby Ajman Al Fujayrah
Ash Shariqah Dubai Ras al-Khaimah Sharjah
 Umm al Qaywayn      

Regions within United Arab Emirates:

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