Iran's small town, one of Dubai's oldest sites, was built in 1859 and named after an early Iranian town named Bastak, where many wealthy Persian businessmen lived. As oil was discovered, residents began moving away from the town, and it became increasingly depressed. It was not until 2005 that the Dubai government decided to rehabilitate the old town, and it was investing in rehabilitating the town, reviving its once bustling landscape and ethnic architecture. It is now a unique historic site in Dubai. It is a bit similar to our new world concept. The ancient buildings have been transformed into creative restaurants and creative shops. Outside the town is a car and a dragon. The modern cityscape of Dubai with high buildings stands. The old days seem to be sealed in this town ～.
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When you come to Dubai, you must learn about Arab architecture. This place is full of Arab architecture. You can come here slowly to get a deeper understanding of the local history and culture.
The full name of the Iranian town of Dubai: Bastakiya Old City, founded in 1859, its name comes from a small town called Bastak in early Iran, where many wealthy Persian merchants once lived ✨ The traditional Iranian town The houses, wind towers, and the narrow alleys between the houses are famous✨ In 2005, the Dubai government decided to revitalize the old city’s appearance. Those highly styled buildings, wind towers and alleys were reborn
(AlFahidiHistoricalNei***ourhood) Also known as Al Bastakiya, Dubai's old town, lies here, as if in the past. These old buildings have been converted into shaded cafes, galleries and quirky little shops, making it a place for tourists to revel in.
It is spectacular with its unique style and features and so worth a visit
Continue to see the scenery of the old Arab city, always feel a little familiar, more like the night of the old town of Casablanca? It seems not so public. Like the old city of Antalya? It seems that it is not so gentle. In any case, to me, it is an exotic style blown by the sea breeze. Who makes the difference?