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Once a small fishing village in the Persian Gulf, Dubai is today one of the smartest metropolises in the world. One of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is home to almost 200 identities and offers a really critical encounter to all guests. Whether it's by the banks of the Creek, or at the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s altitudinous structure, Dubai lives and breathes a sense of possibility and invention. And with an unequalled bank, beautiful desert and magnific cityscapes, recollections are just staying to be made then. A Brief History of Dubai In 1833, the Al Maktoum lineage established the Dubai Fisheries Agreement, continuing to rule Dubai forever. During 1892, Pearl and maritime business begin to prosper. Dealers from across the world arrive in Dubai to profit from inconceivable deals and rates. In 1912, Dubai’s first academy, Al Ahmadiya is erected in Deira. Al Ras's original structure remains open as a gallery, showing what life was like over a century ago. In 1958, Sheikh Rashid caddy Saeed Al ruled the emirate 32 times and developed a hotspot for transnational trade. In 1966, the canvas is discovered in Dubai, attracting foreign trade and stimulating frugality, which over several decades diversified with shipping, finance and tourism. In 1971, Dubai and other emirates signed an agreement to form the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on December 2, 1971. This date is marked each time as the UAE’s public day. In 1979, Dubai World Trade centre, the megacity’s first hutment, opens. Formerly known as Sheikh Rashid Tower, the 38-story structure remains an icon on the megalopolis skyline. Emirates is launched In 1985 which is Dubai's lead aircraft. The airline carries more than 50 million passengers at a time with a cabin crew from 150 countries. In 1990, His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum became the Ruler of Dubai. Following his father. Son altesse, Cheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum. In 2003, the megacity plays host to the periodic meeting of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and is recognised as a global fiscal club. In 2006, his tallness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum becomes the Sovereign of Dubai, as well as the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE. In 2010, the Burj Khalifa becomes the altitudinous structure in the world, soaring 828m high and welcoming thousands of callers each time. In 2021 UAE is gearing up to celebrate the 50th time of the union and host Exhibit 2020 from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022.