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information About Abu dhabi

The Scheichtum Abu Dhabi has an area of over 67,000 square kilometers, nearly 2 million people ( about 80 percent of migrant workers ) , the largest of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates ( total population: 4.8 million ) . About 96 percent of the population is Muslim . The official language is Arabic. English is widely spoken and understood everywhere.

The coastline of Abu Dhabi extends from the peninsula Qatar in the west to the border of the Emirate of Dubai in the Northeast. In the East, the emirate reaches to the Oman Mountains. Densely populated , only the coastal areas of the Persian Gulf .

For a long time the population lived on the coast of pearl diving , fishing and construction of dhows ( traditional sailing boats). In the desert regions, especially camels , goats and sheep were bred . Abu Dhabi was founded around 1790. Until 1958 , before the first oil was discovered , the city was largely undeveloped and consisted mainly of simple buildings without electricity and connection to the sewer . 1962 Abu Dhabi began exporting crude oil in the world. This led to a rapid and impressive expansion of the city . Today Abu Dhabi owns ten percent of global oil reserves and is the richest of the seven emirates . The premises have now Scheichtum a very well-developed infrastructure and telecommunications infrastructure , modern hotels and an extensive social network. Thus, the population is exempt from tax liability will receive free medical care and a pension .

On the coast there is a sub-tropical climate in the desert is dry and hot. The temperatures can vary between a minimum of 10 ° C and 48 ° C in summer. The best time to visit is during the winter (November to April), with a pleasant average temperature of 24 ° C during the day and cool 13 ° C at night . In summer, temperatures are rising sharply and the humidity is very high.

In addition to the wide, sandy beaches and numerous excursion destinations Abu Dhabi also offers a variety of sports and recreational opportunities.
Do not miss a trip to the desert. It sports enthusiasts may try % % % u201EWadi bashing u201D ( dune driving) in the well air-conditioned SUV or % u201ESand – boarding u201D (sand – skiing) in the dunes of Liwa .
About three hours’ drive from Abu Dhabi is the Liwa Oasis , one of the largest on the Arabian Peninsula. It is like the entrance to the UAE in the famous Rub Al Khali desert , the Empty Quarter . This oasis in which there are many fresh sources and Dattelpalmenhaine , is the home of the Bani Yas tribe . From the Bani Yas tribe , the ancestors of the ruling family of Abu Dhabi came . In the desert, Liwa , the visitor learns the quite original desert landscape familiar with their high non-vegetated sand dunes, which have remained unchanged for centuries.
Among the most popular activities include camel racing and falconry. Golf enthusiasts can swing on one of the three golf courses the bat , and the warm waters of the Persian Gulf are ideal for any kind of water .
Vacationers who prefer a leisurely shopping spree come , guaranteed their money because Abu Dhabi is world famous for excellent shopping opportunities. Interesting is the contrast between the souks , the traditional markets of Abu Dhabi , and the modern shopping malls, such as the Marina Mall and the Abu Dhabi Shopping Mall. Especially recommended is a

Abu Dhabi city is also the capital of the United Arab Emirates and the emirate of the same . The city is located on an island in the Persian Gulf off the west coast of the country and is connected by the Mussafah and Al Maqtaa bridge to the mainland .
The former fishing village that has grown over 600,000 inhabitants and is considered the wealthiest and most beautiful city in the entire Gulf region . Despite skyscrapers and tree-lined boulevards , Abu Dhabi has retained its original Arabic charm. The city looks like a single oasis with numerous green spaces , palm trees, trees and shrubs. Between the modern high-rises are found again and again small mosques , souks and traditional restaurants .

Uniquely, the newly spruced beach promenade is at the meet locals and tourists while jogging , biking, rollerblading or walking . At the western end of the six -kilometer-long promenade breakwater Lulu Island Iceland lies . Whether it’s water , a boat trip on a traditional dhow , the visit of an Arab cafes or restaurants right on the water , strolling at the new Marina or a visit to the luxury hotel Emirates Palace % u2013 here is something for everyone . In the adjacent 1,600 -square-foot Heritage Village give Bedouin tents , old fishermen’s cottages and traditional souks an insight into the life of Abu Dhabi before the first oil discoveries .
The Dhow Harbour is located near the Zayed Port , east of the Corniche , and is the starting point for the traditional dhow sailing regattas. Along the quays a small market is held regularly. It is interesting to visit the Bateen Shipyard, a Dhow yard , where the graceful sailing ships are built in traditional style. To the original image of the city include the numerous mosques in Abu Dhabi . The largest mosque is the Grand Mosque . A contrast to the traditional Abu Dhabi are the landmark buildings of the city dar. In the imposing office buildings, which are very modern decorated in steel, glass and concrete, many oil companies have their headquarters .

In the Persian Gulf , off the coast of Abu Dhabi , there are more than 200 islands of various sizes . Many of them are uninhabited. Visitors can rent a boat and go to an island adventure tour. Directly in front of the beach promenade of Abu Dhabi city is the Breakwater Island Lulu Iceland . Saadiyat Iceland , at the eastern end of the Corniche , is very popular with weekend and day – trippers . In addition to a variety of restaurants and chalets Saadiyat also offers a modern exhibition center . About 250 kilometers west of Abu Dhabi is the island of Sir Bani Yas . Since many native animal species live on the island, it was declared a nature reserve. There is also a breeding center for birds.

, Also called Al Ain u201CGartenstadt % % u201D , was once a major hub on the caravan route to the Sultanate of Oman. Situated amidst picturesque oases at the foot of the Hajjar Mountains, the city is located to the east of Abu Dhabi. The name Al Ain ( =% source % u201D u201Edie ) suggests that the city has abundant groundwater resources.
In this fertile region , there are numerous farms , important archaeological sites and forts as well as the most important university in the United Arab Emirates. Is particularly worth the Al Ain Museum. It offers an extensive archaeological and ethnological collection including some impressive antique jewelry pieces and an important coin collection. In addition, the museum exhibits a replica of the Grand Hili tomb.
The camel market in Al Ain is widely known and the last of its kind , where visitors can watch the dealer, as they promote their camels and explain their benefits and value.
The majestic mountain range of Jebel Hafeet , which overlooks the city , is the highest peak of the emirate. A road , from where you can enjoy the best views in the area leads to the summit . At the foot of the mountain is the natural source Ain Al Faydah .

Liwa oasis
About three hours away by car from Abu Dhabi lies the Liwa Oasis, one of the largest oases in the Arabian Peninsula. Surrounded by ponds and date plantations lived here the Bedouin people of the Bani Yas , the ancestors of the ruling family of Abu Dhabi. The sprawling desert area with sand dunes is untouched for centuries .
Several local tour operators offer camel safaris on Liwas sand dunes and camping trips with overnight stay. Liwa is also the starting point for the annual UAE Desert Challenge , an important stage of the international off-road rally world championships.

Abu Dhabi has a wide variety of first class restaurants , cafes , bars , pubs , discos and nightclubs. From French, Italian, Mediterranean cuisine to German and Swiss delicacies can be found in Abu Dhabi , a number of European restaurants. In addition specialties from China, Japan , Thailand, Korea, America and Mexico are offered.

Flight Connections: The Abu Dhabi International Airport ( AUH) is located 32 km outside the city and is one of the fastest growing airports in the Middle East.
Etihad Airlines offers daily direct flights from Frankfurt and three times a week from Munich ( Wednesday, Friday, Sunday) after Abu Dhabi. Within Abu Dhabi there is a comprehensive bus and taxi network. Car hire available at the airport and in Abu Dhabi City.

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