Geography in Dubai

Dubai Geographical Location
Dubai is the second largest emirate on the Persian Gulf, located towards the north-eastern side of the United Arab Emirates. The coastline of Dubai is 72 km long. The city’s size is 35 sq. km; the area of the emirate is 3885 sq. km. There are manmade islands here; the three Palms, the Waterfront, the Universe, the World, Dubailand, and also many other construction sites going on in this desert city. 

Geographical Coordinates: 25°15'8" N, 55°16'48" E
The Dubai Creek, which divides the city into two parts: Bur Dubai and Deira, is one of the city's most interesting topographical characteristics. Dubai Creek is a natural bay extending from the Persian Gulf. The length of the creek is 15.2 km and most of the trade developed around this creek. Bur Dubai is on the southern bank of the Creek, whereas Deira is on the northern side.

The city shares borders with Oman on the south-eastern part, Abu Dhabi towards the south, and Sharjah towards the northeast side. The emirate enjoys a unique geographical location and is well-connected with the other Gulf states, South Asia, and East Africa.

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