For those looking beyond the shopping malls and the gold, the spice and the perfume souks of Dubai, the city has a distinct history and tradition. Though much of old Dubai had to be modernised to match its new cosmopolitan image, it still retains parts where the traditions and the past have been preserved. ,gaming-sites
aura25.bet,As the UAE is set to open to hand injury volleyballn tourists, here are three aspects of Emirati culture that a visitor can experience in Dubai.
Arabic coffee, known as gahwah, is a vital component of Emirati hospitality. “Serving Arabic coffee, the gahwa, is customary. It is a ceremony in its own right. You are served only a quarter cup and if you need more, you have to ask for it,” says Ahmed Sowaidan Al Jafflah, protocol manager of Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU), which organises heritage tours to educate tourists on the history and culture of UAE. “If you don’t want more coffee, you have to shake the cup,” he adds. Though the beans come from different parts of the world, the coffee is a unique concoction made of coffee, rose water, cardamom and saffron. It is usually bitter, but those who wish can add sugar. Traditionally, it is hadwith dates. An Emirati family receives guests in the Majlis (a seating area for socialisingwhere guests are entertained).
You can taste this at the Coffee Museum at Al Fahidi district in Bur Dubai.,momentum-one-day-cup-2021-live-score
eric-brand-basketball,The Barjeel is the Arabic name for a wind tower. Built above the master bedroom in a traditional Emirati home, these were the official air coolers before the advent of the AC. They served as natural air coolers, cooling down the air at least by 10 degrees Celsius. Most houses had these structures and their walls were made of coral and mud. Some of them were also made of wood. A few of these ancient structures have been restored.
The Majlis Gallery, a 70-year-old home-turned-exhibition space, at Al Fahidi district, has a wind tower. ,rummy-offline
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