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Last week I spend three days in Dubai (UAE). It was raining all three days. And not just raining - the sky opened up and water close to biblical proportions came down. Dubai's sewer system isn't build to accommodate so much water as one of the photos clearly shows.
I think 1/3 of all cranes are located in Dubai. Where ever you look a building of gigantic proportions are shooting up from the desert sand. The tallest building - Burj Dubai Skyscraper - in the world is currently being build (see photo).
As my company has supplied external light to light up the world’s largest mosque - The Grand Mosque Dubai - I also got a chance to visit this fantastic building.

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  1. Hi Lars,

    Fantastic pictures!

    I really would love to go to Dubai one day - especially as they also have some of the great golf courses in the World :o)

    Kind regards,

    Leif

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  2. Hi Leif,
    That's very easy. We plan a trip together over an extended week-end. I'm game. The also have some excelent food and wine down there.
    Regards,
    Lars

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