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Before the British rule, the desert was inhabited with mostly Bedouins who travelled far and wide searching for food, water, and shelter. Apart from that, merchant activities back in those days was at its peak. In fact, the history of this nation is rooted in trade and tied to Islam. In 1971, the formerly known 'Trucial States' liberated from the British treaty and formed the United Arab Emirates. Today, UAE is one of the few oil-exporting countries and has a highly diversified economy. UAE constitutes of seven different emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm Al Quain, Ras Al Khaimah, each with its history. The traditional hospitality of the Arabs is quite well-known, with them being extremely warm, welcoming and hospitable towards their guests.
The Gulf was seen to have a strategic location, located in the centre of the world and hence used to connect the trade from Europe to Asia. The seven separate nations were occupied by the British for establishing faster trade with India, China, and a few other countries. Currently, a yearly festival held in Dubai known as 'The Global Village' which in a way still enhances the trade between the west and east. Various countries have set up their own ?stalls?, with small merchants coming in from these countries and selling their items. While the Europeans were using the coasts, the mainland was still being used by the Bedouins and other tribes for trade in a rather more conventional way. Various artefacts that were discovered from the UAE suggest of a long trade with the Mesopotamia.
During the nineteenth and twentieth century, apart from the trade, there was another industry that was thriving, The Pearling Industry. With pearls being exported to India and several other South-Asian countries, it served as a major source of finance and employment. With the rise of artificial pearls manufactured in Japan, The Pearling Industry saw a rapid decline. However, one can still experience the art of Pearl-diving in Yas Waterworld. The Deira Creek was a commercial centre in the earlier times; it still bustles with commercial activities. Taking a Dhow Cruise down the creek gives you a very calm and serene feel during the night, quite the opposite of how the primary functions during the day.
The capital emirate, Abu Dhabi, is filled with archaeological evidence that proves the existence of early civilisations. The nation's second largest peak and a well-known tourist spot Jabal Hafeet is declared as a 'heritage site' by UNESCO, because of its archaeological importance. More than 500 ancient tombs are found the most important in the-the foothills of Jabal Hafeet, indicating the period of Bronze Age. Zayed National Museum in Abu Dhabi too talks about the heritage and culture of the Emirates and digs deep into the life and story of Sheikh Zayed, the founder of the nation.
The Al-Fahidi Fort in Dubai was created in 1787 to defend the Dubai Creek from getting invaded, because of significant commercial activities that took place here. Now the Dubai museum is housed within. In the earlier times, it served as a residence for the ruling family; it served as a prison, and as a garrison. The museum now has a collection of old maps, weaponry, musical instruments, artefacts and various other articles that highlight the traditional lifestyle of an emirate. Al Qusais, which is now a very populous residential area once was a vast graveyard, from where 3000-4000 years old graves were dug. The Bastakia Quarter is ideal for one who wishes to be acquainted with the authentic Arabian architecture. This neighbourhood was a settlement for the Persian merchants who came to do business after their trade tax was exempted. Once here, one can witness the traditional Wind Towers, narrow lanes, coral and limestone buildings.
Sharjah, formerly known for being the wealthiest town in the region, is currently the cultural capital of the UAE. It was one of the important pearl fishing ports in the region. The Portuguese empire, in the 16th century, captured Kalba, an exclave of Sharjah with reserve and mangrove swamp and Khorfakkan, a town situated near the Khorfakkan bay against the backdrop of the Hajar Mountains.
Among the residents and tourist for its beach and archaeological sites such as a ruined Portuguese port and ancient graves. Maritime Museum in Sharjah, is one of the few places that showcase the vessels used in the earlier times used for various activities ranging from wars to trade. It also exhibits ?The Pearl? which is widely believed to be one of the oldest pearls in the world with an estimated age of seven thousand years.