Seen from Old Photos In Dilapidated Dubai:Dubai’s richest natural resources are free sand.that are the preferred resource for development along the vast,well-maintained public beaches of this emirate.Before the oil was found,Dubai was still a dry desert.A town with a population of only 800,000.
However,in the past 50 years.Dubai has undergone tremendous changes.In 1958,the British discovered oil in Dubai (the emirate at the time was ruled by the British).After 1970, black gold (oil) returned to Dubai for mining.
1. Water supply pipeline in Dubai in the 1960s
2.In 1965, the first aircraft to land at Dubai Airport that was the comet of Middle Eastern Airlines.
3.The first Jashanmal store in Dubai in 1956 (Dubai’s local retail brand)
4.A clock tower in the Deira area, surrounded by deserts and sporadic buildings.
5.A bay in Dubai.It used to be a small trade center for pearls and fishing.
6.In the 1950s, oil discover here.
7.Dubai from the 1950s to the 1960s
However,the market in Dubai in the 1960s
In addition,The Camel Caravan in Dubai in the 1960s.
But Now Dubai has become an international ultra-modern metropolis.
In addition，The same clock tower in Figure 4 surrounded by a superior hotel.
However,Dubai can not ignor
As a horn of pride for its leaders and real estate developers.
The city-state along the Persian Gulf has the world’s tallest building, the world’s tallest hotel, the world’s largest artificial island and the world’s largest shopping centre.
Even more impressive is the fact that the once-sleeping stagnant water of the United Arab Emirates has become a race-diversified metropolis.
In this metropolis, the world’s population has recently merged on a well-preserved public beach.This fact is impressive.
Now, Dubai has finally developed another art style.that with a fast-rising gallery area, ambitious independent fashion designers, a group of cool organic cafes and world-class nightlife attractions.