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    • Les îles du monde

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    • Palm Jumeirah

      Palm Jumeirah est un archipel artificiel des Émirats arabes unis baigné par le golfe Persique. Il a la forme d'un palmier constituée d'un tronc et seize palmes entourés d'un croissant de 11 kilomètres de long qui délimite un lagon. L'archipel fait environ cinq kilomètres de diamètre. Son maître d'œuvre est Nakheel Properties.

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    • Burj Khalifa

      Burj Khalifa est la plus grande tour du monde (en arabe : برج خليفة, tour de Khalifa). Appelée Burj Dubaï jusqu’à son inauguration, il s'agit d'un gratte-ciel situé à Dubaï aux Émirats arabes unis, devenu en mai 2009 la plus haute structure humaine jamais construite. Sa hauteur finale, atteinte le 17 janvier 2009, est de 830 mètres,. Elle doit former le cœur d’un nouveau quartier : Downtown Burj Khalifa. Son inauguration et ouverture partielle ont eu lieu le 4 janvier 2010.

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    • Burj-al-Arab

      Le Burj al-Arab (برج العرب « Tour des Arabes » en arabe) est un hôtel de luxe 5 étoiles, proclamé "sept étoiles" par certains journalistes, situé à Dubaï, aux Émirats arabes unis. Mesurant 321 mètres, c’était, jusqu’en 2007, le plus haut édifice utilisé exclusivement comme hôtel (maintenant le plus haut est le JW Marriott Marquis se trouvant aussi à Dubaï). C’est un des hôtels les plus reconnaissables au monde. Il a été conçu en 1993 par l’architecte Tom Wright. Situé dans le golfe Persique, sur une île artificielle, il a la forme d’une voile géante.

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    • Dubai Mall

      Le Dubai Mall, le plus grand des centres commerciaux aux Émirats arabes unis avec 800 000 m2 de surface commerciale pour 1 200 boutiques, a ouvert ses portes le 4 novembre 2008. Selon son promoteur, Emaar Properties, il est le plus grand centre commercial au monde. Le Mall est situé aux pieds de la Burj Khalifa, dont il fait partie intégrante de l’ensemble immobilier, à Dubaï.

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    • The Dubai Fountain

      La fontaine de Dubaï est un ensemble de fontaines situé sur le lac artificiel du Burj Khalifa, au centre du centre-ville de Dubaï, aux Émirats arabes unis. Conçu par WET Design, la société américaine responsable déjà à l'origine des fontaines du Bellagio à Las Vegas, il est illuminé par 6 600 lumières et 25 projecteurs de couleur. Il mesure 275 mètres de long et projette l'eau à 152,4 mètres . Chorégraphiés et accompagnés par de la musique classique, de la musique arabe contemporaine et des musiques du monde, l'ensemble a coûté près de 218 millions de dollars et a été officiellement inauguré le 8 mai 2009 avec la Dubai Mall.

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    • Desert Safari

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    • Skydive Dubai

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    • Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf

      Madinat Jumeirah the Arabian Resort - Dubai is a luxurious 5 star resort in Dubai. It is the largest resort in the Emirate, spreading across over 40 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is designed to resemble a traditional Arabian town. The resort comprises three boutique hotels (Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A'Salam, and Jumeirah Al Naseem) and a courtyard of 29 summer houses called Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf. The resort has over 50 restaurants and bars.Now Dubai Holding launches a residential community named Madinat Jumeirah Living. Madinat Jumeirah Living is a characterful and warm collection of residences surrounded by delightful wadis, oases and wind towers that offer a relief from monotony, where familiarity and intrigue combine to create a series of inviting human scale spaces that open up to reveal a surprise around every corner. Choose between tastefully designed 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments. Souk Madinat Jumeirah is wheelchair friendly, with access via elevator at the main entrance leading to the Shopping Mall Level and elevator on the Shopping Alleys leading to the Promenade Level.

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    • Dubaï Marina

      Dubaï Marina est le nom d'un quartier situé au cœur de ce qu'il convient d'appeler le Nouveau Dubaï (New Dubai), dans l'émirat de Dubaï, aux Émirats arabes unis. Il se trouve en front de mer à 30 km au sud-ouest du centre-ville de Dubaï, à proximité de Palm Jumeirah, de la Dubaï Internet City, de la Dubaï Media City et l'American University in Dubaï. Une fois achevée, la Dubaï Marina sera, avec 4,9 km² (490 hectares) de superficie, la plus grande marina du monde, et devrait accueillir 120 000 habitants. Commencée en 2003, la marina s'articule autour d'un canal d'à peu près 100 mètres de large creusé parallèlement au littoral à environ 600 mètres de celui-ci et relié au golfe Persique par deux coudes situés à chaque extrémité. Ce projet s'est articulé autour de deux phases. La marina, dont la construction est réalisée par le groupe émirati Emaar Properties, se composera d'environ 200 immeubles et gratte-ciels, parmi lesquels : la 106 Tower, 433 m, fin prévu 2019 ; La Marina 101, 426 m, 2015 ; la Princess Tower, 414 m, 2012 ; la 23 Marina, 395 m, 2011 ; l'Elite Residence, 380 m, 2012 ; la Marina Torch, 348 m, 2011 ; la DAMAC Residenze, 335 m, prévu 2018 ; l'Ocean Heights, 310 m, 2010 ; la Cayan Tower, 306 m, 2013.

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    • Emirates Tower Two

      The Emirates Towers (Arabic: أبراج الإمارات‎) is a building complex in Dubai that contains the Emirates Office Tower and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel. The two towers, which rise to 355 m (1,165 ft) and 309 m (1,014 ft), respectively, stand as the 42nd and 100th tallest buildings in the world. The two towers are connected by a 9,000 m² (96,875 ft²) two-storey retail complex known as "The Boulevard". The Emirates Towers complex is located on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is a symbol of the city of Dubai. The Emirates Towers was constructed by the construction wing of Al Ghurair Investment group.A curiosity of the design is that the towers have a similar number of floors; the taller office tower actually contains 54 floors, while the hotel tower contains 56 floors. This is because the individual floor heights of the office tower are greater than that of the hotel. The Emirates Towers complex is set in over 570,000 m² (42 acres) of gardens, with lakes, waterfalls and public seating areas. There is parking space for up to 1,800 cars.

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    • Atlantis, The Palm

      L'Hôtel Atlantis ou Atlantis, the Palm est un hôtel-restaurant de la Palm Jumeirah à Dubaï, aux Émirats arabes unis. Il s'agit d'une collaboration entre Kerzner International Limited (aussi propriétaire du Sun City en Afrique du Sud) et Istithmar PSJC, il fut ouvert le 24 septembre 2008. Cet hôtel est inspiré de Atlantis Paradise Island à Nassau, aux Bahamas.

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    • Dubai Gold Souk

      Dubai Gold Souk or Gold Souk (Arabic: سوق الذهب‎), is a traditional market (or souk) in Dubai, UAE. The souk is located in Dubai's commercial business district in Deira, in the locality of Al Dhagaya. The souk consists of over 380 retailers, most of whom are jewellery traders. The major items of mall includes Gold, Platinum, Diamonds and sometimes also deals in silver.Dubai Gold Souk is bordered to the north by the Dubai Fish and Vegetable Market and the Deira Corniche near Baniyas Square at Sikkat al-Khali Street which is in close proximity to the Deira Bus Stand. On the other side of the Dubai Creek lies Dubai Textile Souk.Dubai Gold Souk will be soon renovated. The Dubai Municipality plans to make Dubai Gold Souk an upbeat tourist destination.

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    • Khor Dubaï

      Le Khor Dubaï, en arabe : خور دبي, Khawr Dubayy, littéralement en français « Rivière de Dubaï ») est un bras de mer se trouvant à Dubaï, aux Émirats arabes unis.

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    • Safa Park

      Jumeira Beach is a white sand beach that is located and named after the Jumeirah district of Dubai, on the coast of the Persian Gulf. It stretches along the coast south of the city's historic district to the junction with The Palm Jumeirah and terminates between the southern end of the Jumeirah Beach Residence (adjacent to the Dubai Marina district) and the port facilities at Jebel Ali. The adjacent districts to the beach include Jumeirah (1, 2, and 3), Umm Suqeim (1, 2, and 3), and Al Sufouh, though colloquially, this entire string of neighborhoods and districts from the southern edge of Kerama to the terminus of the Palm Jumeirah at Knowledge Village is sometimes referred to as the Jumeirah Beach Road area. The beach and its frontage feature large hotels, resorts, and housing developments, including the Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and the old-style Madinat Jumeirah, a hotel and shopping complex. On one side of the Burj Al Arab Hotel is a water park (wild wadi) and on the other side is the Jumeirah Beach Park.

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    • Sheikh Zayed Road

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    • Jumeirah Mosque

      Jumeirah Mosque is a mosque in Dubai City. Construction began in 1976; the mosque is built in traditional Fatimid style which originated from Syria and Egypt. Opened in 1979, the Jumeirah Mosque visit has been a key activity under the 'Open Doors. Open Minds.' programs of the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU). The Jumeirah Grand Mosque was a gift from the Late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the former Ruler of Dubai and father of the current Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It is said that it is the most photographed mosque in all of Dubai. Organized tours are available for non-Muslims.

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    • House of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum

      Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House is a historic building and former residential quarters of Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The building is located along the Dubai Creek in the locality of Al Shindagha area. It was established around 1896 as the seat of the Al Maktoum family. The building is now a museum that contains artifacts and images of the old town of Dubai. The displays are distributed onto 9 wings, as follows: The History of Saeed Al Maktoum House, Al Maktoum Family, Old Dubai, Marine Life, Views from Dubai, Social Life in Dubai, Coins and Stamps, Historic Documents and Maps. The total area of building is 3600 square meters.The building remain the residency of Sheikh Saeed Al Makhtoum since his death in 1958. The site is also birth place of his sons and grandsons.

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    • Al Fahidi Historical District (Bastakiya)

      Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood (Arabic: حي الفهيدي التاريخي‎; also known as Al Bastakiya) is a historic district in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The construction of Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood dates back to the 1890s. In its prime, the locality was capable of supporting 60 housing units, most of which were separated by narrow, winding lanes. In the 1980s half of the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood village was destroyed to make way for the development of a new office complex. The remaining houses were mostly used as warehouses or accommodation for foreign laborers. In 1989, the Dubai Municipality directed that the remaining parts of Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood were to be demolished. Rayner Otter, a British architect, came to the area and made extensive renovation in the house where he was staying. Rayner started a campaign to preserve the area and wrote a letter to Prince Charles, who was scheduled to visit Dubai that year. On his arrival, Prince Charles asked to visit Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood and explored the whole area with Rayner Otter. During his visit the Prince suggested that Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood should be preserved and the demolition was canceled. In 2005, a project was initiated by the Dubai Municipality to restore the localities of old buildings and lanes.

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    • HOTCHAND TOLARAM

      Le Musée de Dubaï (en arabe: دبي متحف) est le principal musée à Dubaï aux Émirats arabes unis. Il est situé dans le Fort Al Fahidi (الفهيدي حصن), construit en 1787, le plus ancien bâtiment existant à Dubaï.

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