United Arab Emirates, Stunning Historical Places
Generally, the United Arab Emirates is considered the land of sand and warm weather but Middle East several spectacular ancient and historical wealth is here in UAE. There are several historic sites including castles, despite the passage of centuries are still in excellent condition.
Al – Bidyah:
Al – Bidyah is the UAE’s oldest mosque, which is located in Fujairah. It’s the old idea of seeing the architecture is quite evident.
This is Al-Fahdy fortress that is today known as the Dubai Museum This fort was built in 1787.
One of the last vestiges of the history of Dubai Bstakia quarter. This quarter was built at the end of the 19th century.
Heritage Village is rebuilt to represent the life in UAE before the extraction of oil from the United Arab Emirates.
This house is also includes cultural heritage. This house was the residence of a wealthy merchant of pearls. It is built with coral chalk dust. This house was built in 1890.
The United Arab Emirates Dibba Village, an ancient village which is known for its reputation of the village because there are historical tombs of back to the 7th century.
Al – Bithnah Castle:
Al – Bithnah fort was built in 1735 and it is considered the most important castles of the eastern part of the United Arab Emirates.
Fujairah The fort was built in 1670 and considered the oldest for of the United Arab Emirates.
In 1891 the fort called Al-Jahili was built to protect the precious kjhurun groves and Al-nin city.
Al Maqtaa Tower:
Al Maqtaa Tower is two hundred years old and it’s against the invaders that was built to serve as a watchtower.
In 1761 built the fort known as the Qasr al-Hosn in Abu Dhabi. It was the first fort to protect the freshwater sources and used as a watch tower.
It is believed that the this place Ras Al Khaimah was built in between 3800 to 50,000 BC.