The United Arab Emirates, also called the Emirates or the UAE, is an absolute federal monarchy in Western Asia on the Persian Gulf, on the southeast end of the Arab Peninsula, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, and sharing maritime boundaries with Qatar to the west and Iran to the northern. The UAE population in 2013 was 9.2 million, 1.4 million of whom are Emirati nationals and 7.8 million are expatriates and here we will get to know the UAE map.
UAE Map Summary
The country is a seven-emirate federation, established on December 2, 1971. Abu Dhabi (which acts as the capital) are also the constituent emirates. Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain. Every Emirate is governed by an absolute monarch; the Federal Supreme Council is created jointly. They select one monarch as United Arab Emirates ‘ President. Islam is the official UAE religion and Arabic is the official language (although English and they commonly spoke Indian dialects are commonly, with English being the business and educational language, particularly in Abu Dhabi and Dubai).
The oil reserves in the UAE map are the seventh largest in the world. While their natural gas reserves are the seventeenth largest in the world. Sheikh Zayed, Abu Dhabi’s ruler and UAE’s first president, also oversaw the Emirates ‘ growth and steered oil revenues into health care, education, and infrastructure. The economy of the UAE is the most diversified in the Gulf Cooperation Council, while Dubai, the most populated city, is an important global city and an international hub for air transport. The country remains mainly dependent on its petroleum and natural gas exports.
Dubai and Palm Island
The city of Dubai has switched to land registration to construct artificial islands in the Persian Gulf, to also build more coastal real estate.
Palm Island and The Planet are the most popular of these. The Islands of Palm Jumeirah and Palm Jebel Ali, shaped as palm trees. This planet is an island of 300 islands which act as a global map. The corresponding photo depicts Palm Jumeirah and The Islands of the World.
In 2014, Dubai International Airport became the world’s busiest airport, overtaking London Heathrow by international passenger traffic. A country-wide railway of 1,200 km (750 mi) is under construction, linking all major cities and harbours. لإhe Arabian Peninsula’s first urban train network is Metro Dubai. Khalifa Port, Zayed Port, Port Jebel Ali, Port Rashid, Port Khalid, Port Saeed. And Port Khor Fakkan are the main UAE harbours.
The E11 highway, which also is the longest road in the UAE. Links Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain and Ras Al Khaimah. Besides the subway in Dubai, Dubai Tram and Palm Jumeirah Monorail also connect different parts of town.