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Qasr al Hosn

Abu Dhabi’s symbolic birthplace and most historical landmark. Qasr (the Arabic word for palace) and Hosn (the Arabic word for fort) refers to the dual uses of this 250-year-old location;
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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

A magnificent example of Muslim architecture. Natural materials were chosen for much of its design and construction due to their long-lasting qualities; including marble, stone, gold, semi-precious stones, crystals and ceramics.
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The Creek

Soak up the sights of the boats effortlessly gliding along with eager seagulls ravenous for remnants of leftover catch.
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Al Fahidi District (Bastakiya)

Stroll down the waterfront beside the Creek and through the Textile Souk into Al Fahidi District (originally Bastakiya)...
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SMCCU (The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding)

The SMCCU is a non-profit organisation established to increase awareness and understanding between the various cultures that live in Dubai, addressing the local customs and religion of the region.