Buildings in Dubai
Some Important Buildings of Dubai
- Trade Centre Building
- Emirates Towers
- Burj Al Arab
- Burj Dubai
A View of Burj Al Arab (Photo from Wikipedia)
Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab means The Arab Building in Arabic Language. A 321 metre tall building accommodates a hotel. This is located in an artificial island created in the sea about 280 metres away from tha beach. A bridge connects the island with the mainland. The building has been designed to look like a sail of an arabian dhow. It is said to be the tallest building in the world, which is built excusively as a Hotel. This building has become a landmark in the city and a symbol for Dubai. The atrium in this building is 180 meters tall.
For those who choose to travel by air, a helipad projects from the building 200 meters off the ground.
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