Petra – the city of Nabataeans, until recently hidden from the world, carved in stone over 2,000 years ago. Today, frequented by tourists from around the world and recognized as one of the modern wonders of the world, is undoubtedly the biggest attraction of Jordan.
Bahrain is a small kingdom on the Persian Gulf in the Middle East. The richness of kerosene and natural gas makes – like its neighbors – Bahrain a very rich country.
Lake Victoria is a tectonic reservoir located in the East African Highlands, in the valley between the Great West Row and the Great Eastern Trench.
Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping center in terms of area (112.4 ha), which has over 1,200 stores and 200 restaurants and cafes (and is still expanding!). Annually, it is visited by up to 80 million people. It is located opposite the world’s tallest building – the Burj Khalifa skyscraper and the world’s largest fountain – Dubai Fuontain. As if these records were few, one of the largest aquariums in the world – Dubai Aquarium, where over 33,000 animals live, and the total capacity of the tanks is over 10 million liters of water.
Burj Khalifa is one of the symbols of Dubai’s incredible momentum. A combination of huge money, modern technology and the desire to cross borders.
Palm Islands are one of the most characteristic places in Dubai. Artificially made islands, especially from the air, make a huge impression. In addition to human use, the islands also provide protection and habitat for coral reefs.
When the temperature is +50°C outside, the interior is pleasantly cool at -5°C. Big attraction for Dubai’s inhabitant. There, they are possible to see snow… in their own country!
Currently, the tallest building in the world is 828 meters high Burj Khalifa in the United Arab Emirates. However, a new record holder will probably appear soon. The fixed-price building in Saudi Arabia is planned to reach a height of 1 kilometer. Is part of the vision of Saudi Arabia 2030, and at the same time be one of the biggest tourist attractions of Arabia.