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Main picture: Laws in the United Arab Emirates – are they indeed that strict?

Laws in the United Arab Emirates – are they indeed that strict?

authorPublished by Karina Lee author | Tags: police, laws

The UAE is a Muslim state so most of the laws directly relate to Sharia law. Besides, in the Emirates the morals are quite strict - one can get a fine or penalty for something that is not even considered to be an offence in other countries.

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Main picture: Dubai police - police which opts for innovations and luxury cars.

Dubai police - police which opts for innovations and luxury cars.

authorPublished by Elvira Savir author | Tags: police, dubai

Accidents on the road in the UAE unfortunately occur relatively often. In most cases accidents are caused by exceeding the speed limit , since Arab sheiks and many other nationals drive sports cars, which prompt driving at considerable speed.

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Main picture: Insurance in the UAE. Types of insurance coverage in the Emirates and whether insurance coverage is compulsory requirement when entering the country?

Insurance in the UAE. Types of insurance coverage in the Emirates and whether insurance coverage is compulsory requirement when entering the country?

authorPublished by Elvira Savir author | Tags: insurance

When planning holiday in the UAE we anticipate real oriental tale with entertainments and positive emotions in abundance. Most of people do not even think that unexpected events may happen in the course of travelling.

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Main picture: Oil in Dubai: history of discovery and impact on the economy of the UAE

Oil in Dubai: history of discovery and impact on the economy of the UAE

authorPublished by Elvira Savir author | Tags: oil, dubai, economy

Today it is difficult to imagine that on the place of luxury hotels, shopping malls and skyscrapers in Dubai was once dry desert with a small settlement. Currently, the city is considered to be a symbol of progress and victory of humanity over nature and other circumstances. Despite dry climate and other adverse conditions, Dubai is significantly ahead in terms of economic development of mega – cities of other powerful countries. No other country is matching the UAE in terms of luxury. The locals even have an interesting saying on this subject: “We wanted the best, but it turned out even better than we wanted!”.

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Main picture: Dubai Mall - the mall close to the Burj Khalifa tower

Dubai Mall - the mall close to the Burj Khalifa tower

authorPublished by Timur Dosko author | Tags: malls, the Dubai Mall, dubai, Burj khalifa

Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping and entertainment center, which is located not far from the tallest building Burj Khalifa. The total area of the modern shopping center is over 1 million square meters of which retail space occupies more than 300,000 square meters.

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