Published on August 29th, 2014 | by Manisha Surange1
Dubai’s architectural wonders
Dubai is soon going to have Apple coming in to construct its largest retail outlet in Dubai’s Mall of the Emirates. The Cupertino-based tech company is leading the marketplace and it will hold a unique position in Dubai, as it is a famous destination all massive feats of architecture. Dubai is buzzing with numerous new projects being announced each year that builds the high-tech base even more significant.
Dubai boasts of having the enormous Dubai Mall, famous as the world’s largest shopping center, Burj Khalifa, which is known as the world’s tallest structure, and Burj Al Arab, a “seven-star” hotel. The Dubai police is proud to own luxurious vehicles that is not heard of any-where else in the world, with a fleet of police vehicles that includes Aston Martins, Lamborghini Aventadors and Bentleys.
Additional prospective and upcoming projects are expected to transform dramatically alter the Dubai skyline. The Dynamic Tower, a pre-fab rotating tower is presently developed by architect David Fisher although the project is yet to finalize the dates for construction. The Cayan Tower, or Infinity Tower, is another awe-inspiring twisted skyscraper that was completed in 2006.
In July 2014, Dubai Holding made an announcement about the Mall of the World, which is going to be a climate-controlled “pedestrian city” that will feature the world’s largest indoor family theme park, a residential area, a medical tourism district and a cultural district.
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Incredible Architectural Wonders in Dubai: –
The Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago in Dubai. (Reuters)
Visitors can enjoy a boat ride on an artificial lake around the Dubai Mall. (Reuters)
The Burj Al Arab hotel is shaped like a ship’s sail. (Reuters)
A subway station in Dubai. Alberto Riva
Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, is located outside of the Dubai Mall. (Reuters)
Fireworks seen outside of the Dubai Mall. (Reuters)
The Dubai police fleet of vehicles features some expensive cars, including a Lamborghini Aventador. (Reuters)
Aerial view of the Palm Jumeirah. (Reuters)
The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest, in terms of area. (Reuters)
Cayan Tower, or Infinity Tower, is easily recognized by its shape. (Reuters)
The World Islands project, an artificial archipelago currently under construction. (Reuters)
Sheikh Zayed Road is home to the Emirates Towers and connects to Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina. (Reuters)
An look inside the Burj Al Arab hotel. (Reuters)
A Chevrolet Corvette used by the Dubai Civil Defense. Alberto Riva
Concept art for the Mall of the World. Dubai Holding
An aerial view of the Dubai Marina seen in 2008. (Reuters)
The Al-Khor wildife sanctuary and flamingos in Dubai with the skyscrapers on the horizon. Alberto Riva
The Dubai Aquariam located inside the Dubai Mall. Alberto Riva