The United Arab Emirates is one of the youngest states to build dozens of new fabulous palaces, the world's tallest skyscrapers, and thousands of beautiful mosques every year with oriental proportions and royal generosity. And no building is like another. Here you will also see monuments of the 5000-year-old history of the Bedouins. In almost every town you will meet an ancient fortress or the ancient palace of the Sheikh.
One of the most recognizable mosques is a copy of the famous Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, from where the prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.
One of the largest and most beautiful mosques in the world, which has become the most impressive national landmark of the United Arab Emirates.
The most expensive hotel in the world in the capital of the UAE invites you to visit the modern embodiment of the fairy tale "A Thousand and One Nights."
The ancient fortress, which served as a palace for the rulers of the emirate of Ajman, was presented to the people and transformed into a museum of history and traditional crafts.
Al Jahili - the largest fortress of the green oasis of Al Ain in the middle of the desert. It was to protect the oases of the "garden city" that the fort was built.
The palace overlooking the bay in one of the oldest districts of Dubai was restored as a national monument with a rare collection of coins, stamps, historical photographs and documents.
A copy of the legendary Blue Mosque in Istanbul, the greatest masterpiece of Islamic architecture, Dubai's largest mosque.
Jumeirah Mosque is considered one of the most beautiful mosques in Dubai, built in the medieval Arabic style.
Al Fahidi is one of the most important historical monuments of Dubai, where the historical museum with unique life-size dioramas is now located.
Al-Jazeera al-Hamra is an ancient ghost town, a true traditional village of the United Arab Emirates that has survived to this day.
The miniature Al-Bidiyah Mosque is the oldest functioning temple in the United Arab Emirates.
The old fort opened its doors to the public to talk about the important role that he played in the history of Fujairah.
King Faisal Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the Middle East and one of the most recognizable landmarks in Sharjah.
Al Nur Mosque is one of the most famous and most beautiful mosques in Sharjah, majestically rising above the picturesque landscape of the Khalid lagoon.