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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Searchable Map of Abu Dhabi using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing the second most populous city and the federal capital of the
United Arab Emirates and capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The city is located at the coast of the Persian Gulf.

About 1 million people live in Abu Dhabi. Spoken language is Arabic.
Abu Dhabi is seat of the President of the United Arab Emirates and the seat for the United Arab Emirates Government. It is also home for the Emirati Royal Family.
The city's rapid development and urbanization, coupled with the relatively high average income of its population, has transformed Abu Dhabi to become more advanced than most other Arab cities.
Due to its position as the capital, the city is the country's main political and industrial center and a major cultural, and commercial site.

Marked on the map is the location of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates was opened in December 2007. The mosque, covered with white marble from Italy and Rep. of Macedonia represents a fusion of Arab, Mughal and Moorish architecture. Inside the mosque is the "World's Largest Carpet" hand-woven by Iran's Carpet Company (ICC), the carpet is about the size of a soccer field, 5,625 sqm (60,546 sq.ft.).

The Map shows a city map of Abu Dhabi with expressways, main roads and streets, and the location of Abu Dhabi International Airport (IATA Code: AUH) in east. The distance from the city to the airport is 33.7 km (21 mi) by road.

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Skyline of Abu Dhabi
Skyline of Abu Dhabi.
Photo: Rüdiger Meier

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Local Time United Arab Emirates:
Sunday-September-21  10:04  
Time zone: Gulf Standard Time (GST) = UTC/GMT +4 hours
Google Map: Searchable map/satellite view of Abu Dhabi City (أبو ظبي), United Arab Emirates.
City Coordinates: 24°28′N 54°22′E
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External Link
Abu Dhabi Emirate Government
Official website of Abu Dhabi Emirate.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Information about the Grand Mosque by VisitAbuDhabi.

Abu Dhabi International Airport
Official airport website.

Wikipedia: Abu Dhabi
Wikipedia entry City of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi City Weather Conditions:

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