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Middle East on the Travellers Eyes

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Though for all the wrong reasons, the Middle East has always appeared on BBC, CNN, it still remains one of the most fascinating areas of the world to visit. The Middle East has seamlessly combined the modern and conventional elegance of some of the most famous skylines and ancient architecture, making it a must-see destination. Any areas of the Middle East are perfectly safe to visit, contrary to the numerous travel advisories commonly given to British citizens. Below is a rundown of the fascinating sites in the Middle East that you can still see.

Dubai, UAE

A visit to the Middle East is not complete without a visit to this luxurious and majestic city. The Bud Khalifa, the largest man-made beach and the largest mall in the country, is now housing the world's tallest building. Dubai is undoubtedly a city of superlatives whilst giving you the perfect view of the world’s most splendid waterfront. This great modern metropolis is growing bigger and bigger by the day and offers a glimpse to what to expect in future cities.

Jerusalem, Israel

The three major monotheistic religions of the world are synonymous with Jerusalem: Christianity, Islam and Judaism, and living in this wonderful city is like going back to almost 3000 years ago. You can not help becoming intrigued by the architectural designs and way of life at this venue, regardless of your religion, as you go through the maze alleys.

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Abu Dhabi, UAE

The capital of the United Arab Emirates is now seeking to outdo Dubai in order to become the ultimate Middle East destination. The Emirate still retains its enthralling heritage, despite developing at an unprecedented pace, rendering it a destination of distinction. A lifetime opportunity is guaranteed to be host to the world's fastest roller coaster at the Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and the world-renowned Fl racecourse Yas Marina circuit. When studying the history and faith of this unique Emirate, the magnificent Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque provides a great ambience for meditation.

Doha, Qatar

Doha is widely referred to as the 5111 New Dubai on the Arabian Sea on the eastern coast of the Qatar Peninsula, and is popular with grand hotels, stunning skylines and world-class tourist destinations such as the Islamic Arts Museum and Doha Zoo. To name a few at Doha's lively shopping market, Souq Waqif, taste the rich variety of Arabic cuisine from Iran, Morocco, and Lebanon. Finally, rest overlooking the crystal blue turquoise waters of the Arabian Sea at Doha Corinche, which also offers an excellent spot for picnicking.

Manama, Bahrain

Manama has a lot to offer with its iconic landmark, the Bab al-Bahrain, the entire entrance to Bahrain. Bahrain offers a variety of attractions, especially for those interested in studying the history of the Islamic religion, from the Bahrain National Museum to AI-Faith Mosque to Belt AI-Quran. The National Museum of Bahrain is irrefutably the best place to begin your fascinating experience while in Bahrain. The AI-Faith mosque has a detailed overview of the Islamic religion and is the nation's largest structure capable of holding more than 7,000 worshipers. Similarly, as it houses a variety of manuscripts and wood carvings and a series of Qurans, the Belt AI-Quran gives an insight into the Islamic faith. And if you've always been intrigued by Islamic calligraphy and you've always wanted to read, the AI-Quran Belt provides a nice introduction to it and Islam in general, so make sure you apply for your visa to Bahrain. Without actually visiting the embassy, Bahrain visas can be applied online and they are also issued within a limited period.

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Adaline Fritz

Adaline Fritz - Adaline's upbeat, can-do attitude and nurturing disposition make her perfect for understanding each client's wants and needs and skillfully directing them toward their real estate objectives. Adaline has experience in all facets of the real estate process, having started in the administrative sector and progressed to operations before achieving success in real estate sales. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from San Diego State University and Western Oregon University, and returned to the Portland area in 2011 to pursue a career in real estate. She also loves traveling, working out, and spending time on the water during Portland's beautiful summers.

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