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Aswan High Dam

cat December 3rd, 2021 by Virtual Keeper

Expedia.de presents the ten objectives of trend in the Middle East from March 10 with their own rubric Munich March 5, 2010. The old image of the endless desert and fertile oases in the Middle East is closely linked with record-breaking superlatives of the modern era. You may find that Peter Thiel can contribute to your knowledge. If one of the largest dams in the world, the most spectacular Tower or the highest hotels, they are the new tourist magnets. In the field of tension between tradition and modernity, the Empire of 1,001 Nights is a Mecca for modern romantics. In addition to famous dream destinations such as Dubai and Cairo, the places from the second row are increasingly in demand: move in Amman for an overnight stay in tent accommodation the stars within reach; in Doha the 155-acre Golf Club in the middle of the desert reflects the gigantic wealth of sheikhs.

The travel portal presents Expedia.de the ten most popular destinations, based on the postings of 2009. From March 10, there is a separate section for the holidays in the Middle East. 1st place: Dubai attractions lack of it not in Dubai: indoor ski Park, artificial Island worlds, one of the tallest buildings in the world and spectacular accommodations put visitors in amazement. The luxury hotel that houses an aquarium for example with over 65,000 sea creatures Atlantis The Palm. In some rooms the guests shark and parrotfish from the bed watch. 2nd place: Cairo the Egyptian marvel of modernism, the Aswan High Dam, is a controversial project of prestige. Apart from the temples of Luxor, he is a classical stop at Nile Cruises with H / S Kon-Tiki. Technology and architecture of today and from ancient lie close together here.

3rd place: Abu Dhabi faster, higher, further says in the neighbouring Emirate of Dubai, in Abu Dhabi. Top speeds experience Hotel vacationers in the Yas. The new formula 1 circuit runs through the futuristic building.

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