Science Technology

Best Technologies of 2019

Best Technologies of 2019

Researchers  at the Gartner Research Institute recently announced the launch of a new and up-to-date list of Best Technologies of 2019, and then briefly reviewed each of them. According to a report published on the Business Insider website, the following is a list of the five top-notch technologies that researchers say will change the future of the world:

Autonomous Driving (Robot Car)

best technologies of 2019

When you listen to autonomous cars first thing to come to your mind is Tesla, & yes it is a leading organization in the autonomous field who are trying to develop autonomous driving cars.

As we know gasoline cars oldest type in the automobile sector, but now day’s electrical cars come with a new concept in the automobile sector. Tesla is one of the excellent and stylish car makers in the world

Autonomous Driving car is the integration of Machine Language, Artificial Intelligent, advanced sensors, and processing power systems.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) System:

AI (Artificial intelligence) made possible that machines can learn from experience, provides output to inputs so that machine can perform human-like tasks. There are lots of application we are using today such as facebook, google maps, PayPal, chess-playing computers, self-driving cars these are few to mention here – rely heavily on AI. With the use of Artificial Intelligence computers can be trained to perform specific work by implementing data in the system.

Artificial Intelligence is the integration of machine and computer science to create the human-like machine that would perform all the task that a human can perform. Also, it is the branch of computer science which deal with creating the intelligent machines.

 Machine Learning

Machine Learning is a subset of AI. With Machine Learning, computers are programmed to learn to do something they are not programmed to do: They literally learn by discovering patterns and insights from data. In general, we have two types of learning, supervised and unsupervised.

While Machine Learning is a subset of AI, we also have subsets within the domain of Machine Learning, including neural networks, natural language processing (NLP), and deep learning. Each of these subsets offers an opportunity for specializing in a career field that will only grow.

Blockchain

best technologies of 2019

A blockchain means is a growing list of records and this list of records linked with using cryptography. Today’s scenario blockchain is very famous for cryptocurrencies and this blockchain readable by the public. There are two types of blockchains use normally; one is private blockchain for business purpose and second one snake oil blockchain for marketing purpose.

Blockchain was technology use for Bitcoin or all types of the crypto-currencies. We would like to see this tech trend in real life and hope you are also excited.

Brian Microchips

The scientist did lots of hard work on Brian Microchips, it is a technology which connects human brains with help of the microchips. As we know technology change rapidly, Brain Microchips is the combination of Computer Science and electronics. This technology connects your brains and operated by programming system, and you can store data with help of microchips.

Intel was already predicted that they able to implement this system 2019-20. Now currently it possible to put a microchip in brain and store data or neural activates conducted by this new technology. As per the survey, it is the latest technology in the world.

Certainly, we are also waiting for this tech trend.


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News

UAE Passport most powerful in the world!

UAE Passport

 


Emiratis have access to 167 countries without prior visa applications

Abu Dhabi, Dubai: The UAE passport has jumped to Number 1 as the world’s most powerful passport on Saturday, December 1, 2018 — on the eve of the country’s 47th National Day celebrations, according to the Dubai Media Office.

With this historic achievement, UAE passport holders are now able to gain visa-free entry to 167 countries worldwide, according to Passport Index.

The UAE passport was ranked No. 27 in December 2016. In October this year, it rapidly notched higher to No. 4.

Then it went up to No. 3 on November 8, with Emirati citizens able to fly to 163 countries without securing a visa prior to departure — just behind Singapore and Germany, whose citizens are able to travel visa-free to 165 countries.

Four more countries were added to the UAE list as of December 1, 2018.

UAE Passport

Historic

The achievement is historic for the Emirates: it coincides with the ‘Year of Zayed’ and country’s 47th National Day, and is added to country’s numerous accomplishments in various domains.

 

Source: Gulf News

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Life Skills Lifestyle

How to be happier In Life?

be happy in life

A significant increase in the cost of living has made many people, at best, responsible only for their expenses,however, one should not neglect the effort to be happy in life. There is no consensus on whether or not money is fortunate,but there are ways by which and by spending some money can live happier.
If you plan to allocate a budget forhappiness, consider the following.



How to live happier?

Spend your money on a small, but repeatable joy than on a great joy. People who have a lot of low-cost entertainment, such as buying books and CDs or going picnics as a common, are more satisfied with life than those who avoid such pleasures throughout the year, and instead go to an expensive trip abroad each year.

Spend your money with basic emotions. Part of the reason why spending money does not make people happy is that they spend their money on incentives like competing with neighbors and relatives. Such costs rarely create happiness in the individual, although they satisfy the sense of keeping up with the Joneses.

Spend the money for others. A study by professors at the University of British Columbia suggests that spending on others can bring more joy to a person.

So do not forget to buy gifts for others as well as help charities. Of course, the same research shows that the amount you allocate to others has little impact on the level of satisfaction you gain from this, which means you do not have to spend a lot of money on buying expensive gifts for others.

Buy time. Sometimes you can spend a little money to have more free time. For example, allocate some of the things that take a lot of time and pay him money in return.

In this case, you can do interesting activities that make you feel more satisfied. For example, spend your free time learning a foreign language, visiting art exhibitions or gardening.

Spend your money on new experiences. New and, of course, pleasant experiences are often accompanied by excitement and joy. So try to spend some of your money as well as your time on things you have never done, from learning Japanese cooking to mountaineering and ecotourism with friends. They are all the things that can make you happier.

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Health

Harmony Healing Center

About 14% of the global burden of disease has been attributed to neuropsychiatric disorders, mostly due to the chronically disabling nature of depression and other common mental disorders, alcohol-use and substance-use disorders, and psychoses.

Such estimates have drawn attention to the importance of mental disorders for public health. However, because they stress the separate contributions of mental and physical disorders to disability and mortality, they might have entrenched the alienation of mental health from mainstream efforts to improve health and reduce poverty.

The burden of mental disorders is likely to have been underestimated because of inadequate appreciation of the connectedness between mental illness and other health conditions. Because these interactions are protean, there can be no health without mental health. Mental disorders increase risk for communicable and non-communicable diseases, and contribute to unintentional and intentional injury.

Conversely, many health conditions increase the risk for mental disorder, and comorbidity complicates help-seeking, diagnosis, and treatment, and influences prognosis. Health services are not provided equitably to people with mental disorders, and the quality of care for both mental and physical health conditions for these people could be improved. We need to develop and evaluate psychosocial interventions that can be integrated into management of communicable and non-communicable diseases. Health-care systems should be strengthened to improve delivery of mental health care, by focusing on existing programs and activities, such as those which address the prevention and treatment of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria; gender-based violence; antenatal care; integrated management of childhood illnesses and child nutrition; and innovative management of chronic disease.

An explicit mental health budget might need to be allocated for such activities. Mental health affects progress towards the achievement of several Millennium Development Goals, such as promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women, reduction of child mortality, improvement of maternal health, and reversal of the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Mental health awareness needs to be integrated into all aspects of health and social policy, health-system planning, and delivery of primary and secondary general health care.

Here in Harmony we help you in all the ways we can. First, let’s know more information about us:

Dr. Mohammad Najafi, the founder of Harmony Healing Center in Dubai-U.A.E., has been in this profession since 1997. At our Harmony healing center, we practice new, unique and different psychology methods of Hypnotherapy, Meditation and healing tailor made by Mohammad Najafi. The key to our success is Mohammad’s genuine love of all mankind. We offer group workshops and private sessions best suit your individual needs.

 

Some of Our Services:

-Consultation Support

-Social Media Addiction

-Quit Smoking Hypnosis

-Reiki

-Yoga

-Life Coaching

-Harmony Meditation

-Self Improvement

-…

 

Some of Our Psychological treatments:

-Positive Psychology

-Health Psychology

-Counseling Psychology

-Cognitive Psycholog

-Behavioral Psychology

-Hypnotherapy

-Mindfulness

-CBT

-ACT

-…

 

Common Problems We Can Help With :

-Reduces prolonged stress

-Reduce anxiety

-Reduction symptoms

-A calmer sense of being

-Insomnia and trouble sleeping

-Clear memory

-Reduction aggression, worry and fear

-Better awareness

-…

 

 

Our values are a collection of core beliefs that we follow in our every step and action. Our support team is always here to answer any question and resolve any problem. Just contact us!

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Culture & Art

A treasure to be preserved

Cultural heritage refers to all the relics of the past that have great value. These artifacts can include tangible artifacts (such as ancient monuments) or intangible artifacts (such as the customs of an area) that need a reservation for the future.

Cultural heritage is unique, irreplaceable, and valued and respected among generations. Smaller items, such as works of art and other Valuable masterpieces, are collected in museums and art galleries. While others, such as archeological sites, are collectively recognized as a cultural heritage site.

The legacies of the past are influential in the study of human history. Preserving them reflects the needs of the past, and behind each is a story. From another point of view protecting the works can help to validate the memories of the past.

Since the various dangers threaten the cultural heritage and considering that the historical monuments were not designed and built from the beginning with the aim of indestructibility or permanent preservation, preserving these monuments requires a lot of effort.

The status of a historical or artistic work depends on two factors: one is its highly variable constituents, and the other is the conditions under which the object is affected.

In general, the constituents of objects have two groups: organic and inorganic. In general, organic matter is weaker than minerals against natural decay. That is, decay or gradual erosion in organic matter is faster.

 

 

 

The rate of damage is the rate of destruction or erosion over a given time. Caries generally occurs in three forms:

 

  • Physical decay:

Changes in the appearance of objects are due to the entry of physical and mechanical forces. Such as crushing, sawing, and breaking.

 

  • Chemical decay:

Various chemical agents cause internal changes in the material and consequently affect its structure, like acidifying paper.

 

  • Biological decay:

In this type of degradation, external biological agents cause damage to various materials. Such as the effect of fungi and numerous insects on paper, wood or fabric, food source, light, and darkness by providing a suitable environment for the growth and activity of such factors play a significant role in the destruction of various materials.

Different objects in different places and situations face various dangers. Therefore, it is necessary to identify the destructive factors to repair it according to the type of damage and the type of material.

 

Causes of destruction

 

1- Humidity:

The amount of water vapor per unit volume of air is called absolute humidity.

The amount of water in the air changes under the influence of temperature changes (relative humidity). In other words, the ratio of absolute humidity at a specific temperature to the humidity of objects at the same temperature is called relative humidity.

Round-the-clock changes in relative humidity are the opposite of round-the-clock temperature changes. That is, with increasing temperature, the number of relative humidity decreases and with decreasing temperature, the number of relative humidity increases. This increase and decrease in humidity destroy works of art and history.

Organic materials such as wood, bone, ivory, and paper change shape in the face of moisture, which is due to changes in their cellular tissue. Changes in humidity cause expansion and contraction and finally manifests itself in the form of warping, blowing, wrinkles, and so on. Inorganic (mineral) materials are crushed and degraded by changes in humidity.

The weakening of adhesives, rotting of paper sizing, fading of the ink, mold of leather, sticking of papers to each other, loosening and stretching of the canvas, staining of paper and skin, and progress of metal corrosion are among the effects of moisture on various materials.

In addition to the above, increasing the humidity by providing a suitable environment for the growth of fungi, bacteria, and pests and activating many chemical reactions can destroy the effects.

 

  • Temperature:

Temperature changes, in addition to having a direct effect on the destruction of works, also cause the destruction of objects by changing the amount of humidity. High temperature causes degradation by decreasing humidity and increasing dryness, and low temperature (less than a freezing point) by increasing the volume of water. The most significant reason for the destruction of buildings and stone statues is temperature changes.

  • Air pollution:

As a result of the reaction of air humidity with gases caused by the different materials, there would be acidic compounds, which cause the destruction of various objects in the open space.

Including air pollutants in the air; Sulfur compounds such as sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide gas, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide, which in combination with air humidity, produce various acids such as sulfuric acid, carbonic acid, and nitric acid. This acid produced is one of the destructive factors. Staining, blackening of lead paints, and darkening of metals are some of the effects of contaminants.

 

  • Light and brightness:

Museum objects are under dangerous situations by light. Light rays cause photochemical changes in the structure of materials (such as the color and texture of fabric and paper). Due to the energy applied to objects, it heats its surface, and heat increases the kinetic energy of molecules, and as a result, physical destruction. Another effect is to create the right conditions for chemical interactions. By breaking the molecular bonds, it prepares it for a chemical reaction. The light emitted from natural or artificial light sources causes various damages. The severity of the destruction depends on the wavelength of the rays hitting the object.

The shorter the wavelength of the beams, the higher its energy, thus increasing its destructive effect organic matter is more sensitive to light than other substances. For example, due to light, the colors of textiles fade, or the paper becomes yellow and brittle.

Ultraviolet rays have the most destructive effect on materials because they have short wavelengths.

Infrared light is the cause of thermal damage. This damage occurs directly or with a change in the humidity of the air or object. The effects of this type of destruction include warping of painted boards and cracking of wood.

 

  • Being buried in the soil:

Organic and mineral matter buried under the soil decomposes due to the type of soil and its moisture and salt content. Salts in the soil break down organic matter. For example, the surface of the glass wears away quickly against the soil, forming thin layers that look like a rainbow.

Among metals, silver, copper, and bronze are more at risk in saline soils. These metals are rapidly converted to chloride by chemical reactions, which damage the surface of objects or corrode metal object.

  • Water:

Water is also one of the destructive factors, and the salts in it destroy various materials such as wood and metals.

As previously described, salts in water react chemically with metals, causing metal objects to decompose and corrode.

 

 

 

  • Damages caused by living organisms:

The smaller these creatures, the more surprising their destructive effect. Often they do not exist before destruction occurs. These include bacteria, termites, mice, wood beetles, willows, and other insects. Bacteria can severely damage building stones, walls, and murals. Insects can damage materials such as paper, wood, or fabric.

In addition to the above, other factors such as natural disasters (floods, earthquakes, etc.), damage caused by war, repair defects, destruction to the works during the movement can destroy works of art.

 

Restoration

 

Restoration is all the actions that are needed to strengthen and perpetuate a work following certain principles.

This knowledge is divided into two main branches, building restoration and object restoration.

In the field of historical monuments, we are dealing specifically with monuments. In the section on the restoration of historical objects, two topics of technology and cognitive damage of historical items are the main topics. The subject of technology deals with the structure of objects and the method of their construction. Based on pathology, the specific damages and destructions of items during the past time is the main subject. Chemical and physical sciences are the basic sciences of conservation and restoration knowledge.

Types of restoration

  • Protective restoration:

In this restoration method, the significant purpose is to maintain and protect the work (building). In this restoration method, there is no specific change.

In this restoration approach, the amount of intervention in the existing form and conditions of the work is the main subject. Such that the restored work is similar to the situation at the time of before restoration. Therefore, there are limitations in the application of restoration and protection methods.

That is, every action performance is in a way that the initial conditions before the restoration continue.

  • Anastasia Loz:

Anastasia is a style or reconstruction of the architectural space style, reconstruction, and recombination of what remains of ancient architecture.

In other words, stacking the existing works (remnants of the object) in itself so that the shape of their last composition is most similar to the original style of construction.

 

  • Light cleaning:

In this method, additional and they remove heterogeneous extensions with the original shape of an effect. In some cases, it’s essential to add some accessories. In this method, they remove such extensions and restore the initial structure of the object.

 

  • Supplementary restoration:

In this type of rehabilitation, they reconstruct the lost parts of the building or object. In some cases, the deleted area is large and damage the integrity of the effect, which restoration to the missing parts. But in some cases, it is not necessary to do so.

  • Historical restoration:

In this way, the goal is to keep historical object alive. In other words, the historical role of the object will determine its restoration method.

 

  • Strengthening restoration:

The purpose of this method is to maintain the endurance of the effect skeleton against forces related to internal functions or external factors such as earthquakes. For example, replacement or local reinforcement of materials, unsuitable and weakened elements, or strengthening of the general skeleton of the object can be a part of this method.

  • Comprehensive restoration:

This method is more advanced than other methods and is adjusted according to the characteristics of the work, and using the most appropriate technical principles and suitable materials and materials and preserving the original values of a restoration design work.

 

 

 

Fatima Al Dhaif

 

Fatima Al Dhaif is a professional and experienced person in the field of preservation and restoration of works of art. She is very interested in managing the collection and preserving the art of cultural masterpieces. She has ten years of international experience in the field of protection and restoration of cultural and artistic works in many parts of the world and preservation and restoration section and in the branch of restoration of historical books (manuscript). She also has volunteer experience in museums in Britain, France, Egypt, and the UAE. She has experience participation in policies, methods, purchases, collection procurement, management of conservation operations, collection evaluation, document registration, CMS in the field of preservation, and maintenance of art collections.

 

Founder of Kawalees Muthaf, digital content that takes you on a tour of international and local museums in a variety of ways, including conservation, collections, and archeology, arts, and culture.

 

She believes that cultural heritage is a significant aspect of society and is eager to continue working in a situation that helps manage and preserve the best collection practices in museums and the world of great art.

 

In Fatima’s page you can learn a lot of things about art and cultures. You can know more information about old books and different cultures. You can find different news of conservations, museums, arts and you can enjoy watching conservation lessons. All the things come from thousands experiences and lots of hard work. Come and see us for more information.

 

*Fatima Al Dhaif Business Account: Fatima.mansoor.altamimi@gmail.com

 

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Tourism

DAMAC; Dubai’s best area to live and buy property

Buying a property in Dubai is a great investment;

But which neighborhood is suitable for buying a house in Dubai?

In this article, we will learn more about the residential areas and different neighborhoods of Dubai and how DAMAC is here to help you.

Dubai’s Iranian-dwellers

Do you know Dubai’s residential areas?

What are Dubai’s good neighborhoods?

What is the best area to buy property in Dubai?

Which neighborhood is the best neighborhood to buy a house in Dubai?

Where is Uptown Dubai?

What are Dubai’s downtown neighborhoods?

Which residential area of Dubai is best for buying a property in Dubai?

If you also have questions in mind, read this article very carefully.

 

Dubai, the most luxurious city in the Middle East

Dubai is one of the seven sheikhdom emirates and one of the most important cities in the UAE.

Dubai has the largest population among the seven emirates and is the second largest city in the UAE after Abu Dhabi.

It is distinct from other cities in the United Arab Emirates, as its oil revenues account for only 6% of GDP.

Most of the income of the Emirate of Dubai is from Jebel Ali Free Zone and tourism and other commercial services.

The high-growth facilities and developments in Dubai’s various industries and activities have attracted worldwide attention.

The city’s numerous sporting events and scientific and business conferences open the door for many participants from all over the world.

As you know, Dubai is a warm and coastal city.

The luxurious city is divided into two main parts, Deirdre and Dubai by the Khur River.

The northern part is late and has most of the traditional texture. Dubai’s local markets are also located in the same part.

The south side of Dubai is the same part that has made many people interested in buying property in Dubai and visiting the beautiful city with great progress and high-rise towers and luxury buildings.

The modern part of Dubai is where shopping malls are also located.

Usually, no one imagines Dubai with its old texture.

Dubai’s name comes with luxury towers and buildings in mind.

In this article, we will introduce the residential areas and neighborhoods of Dubai in both the north and south.

First, we go to Dubai residential areas.

Dubai Residential Areas

In the previous section, we met a little bit about The Sheikhs of Dubai.

In this section, we have collected the names of Dubai residential areas and provided a brief explanation of some of them.

Jumeirah District: Jumeirah Residential Area is very famous and popular.

In this region you can find beautiful villas to buy property in Dubai.

Residents are usually from Europe and East Asia. Of course, there are many Iranians living in this region.

Villa houses in Jumeirah are among Dubai’s tourist attractions.

Jumeirah is one of the most luxurious residential areas of Dubai.

Many immigrants come to Dubai to buy property.

The southern part of Jumeirah Beach is also known as the Chicago Coast.

Other residential areas of Dubai in the UAE include:

Umm Suqeim District, Umm Hurair District, Palm Islands, Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah, Palm (Deira Island), Palm Jebel Ali, Region Green Community, Emirates Hills, Dubai Marina, Business Bay, Deira District, Bur Dubai, Arabian Ranches Al Wasl District, Al Qusais District, Al Karama District, Garhoud District, Al Barsha District, and Sport City.

In this section, we mentioned residential areas in general. But in the following, we introduce Dubai’s residential neighborhoods and districts in two parts: Deirdre and Dubai.

 

Deirdre Neighborhoods in Dubai

We said earlier that the Khur River divided Dubai into two main parts: Deirdre and Dubai.

The northern part is Deira and has most of the traditional texture.

Dubai’s local markets are also located in the same part.

Deirdre is a thriving residential community and is a popular place to buy property in Dubai and rent a house in Dubai.

With its combination of spacious luxury apartments and convenient small suites, Deirdre District is popular with families, students, immigrants and even locals from the UAE.

In this section of the article, we will meet you about the beautiful neighborhoods of Deirdre Dubai.

Abu Hail: Abu Hill is a neighborhood in Deirdre.

Abu Bakr, al-Khalij, Abu Hill and al-Rasheed streets surround the area.

Abu Hill is a residential area and is next door to al-Wahida neighborhoods in the east, Hur al-Ans in the south and Al Barsha in the west.

Abu Hill Shopping Mall and Dubai Ministry of Labor are also located in the same neighborhood.

Other neighborhoods of Deir e-Dubai include:

Al Baraha, Riggat Al Buteen, Al Dhagaya, Al Hamriya, Al Khabaisi, Al Mamzar, Al Mizhar, Al Muraqqabat, Elmer (Al Murar), Elm Muteena, Al Nahda, Al Qusais, Al Rasais, Al Rashida, Al Rashida, Al Rigga, Sabkha, Al Tavar, Al Wahda, Al Warqa Nasir(Ayal Nasser), Dubai International Airport, Mirdif, Muhaisnah, Ned Al Hamar, Ned Shamma, Nad Shamma, Port Said, Umm Ramool and Warsan .

 

Neighborhoods over Dubai

In this section, we will reach the southern part of Dubai or Bur Dubai.

That is, the modern part of Dubai with high-rise towers and luxury buildings and shopping malls.

Dubai is one of the main and indeed the most important area of Dubai, which has a completely modern texture and is considered the tourist area of Dubai.

Most of the modern, skyrocketing buildings are built here.

Certainly, many investors are looking to this sector to buy property in Dubai.

They even choose Dubai to stay in hotels.

Dubai has much of its fame and beauty from this region over Dubai.

Dubai is the most popular area to buy property in Dubai.

Many famous cinematic and sports figures and investors from all over the world come to the area every year looking to buy property in Dubai or rent a property in Dubai or sell property in Dubai.

In this section of the article, we will meet you about the beautiful neighborhoods over Dubai.

Jebel Ali: The neighborhood of Jebel Ali was only a few villages in the past, but today it has become this way with its progressive progress.

One of Dubai’s famous shopping malls, Ibn Batuta, is also located in this region.

The most important reason for Jebel Ali’s progress is the port of Jebel Ali, which was built in the area.

It is the largest man-made port in the world.

Jebel Ali was exploited in 1987, and this industrial zone has made international companies enjoy a free zone and do not pay taxes for up to 15 years. Al Maktoum International Airport is located in this region and outside the harbor area.

The free zones in Dubai are managed by the central government. For example, Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai, which is one of the largest maritime free zones in Dubai, is managed by the central government in the UAE. Jebel Ali’s free zone holds about 32% of foreign direct investment, and the Jebel Ali Free Zone has hosted many foreign investments.

For example, there are about 7,330 internationally registered companies in the Free Jebel Ali region, making up about 12% of Dubai’s GDP, which is projected to increase about threefold by 2024.

Another well-known free zone of Dubai is DAFZA, which is one of the transit and air transport centers due to its proximity to Dubai Central Airport.

The list of some free zones of Dubai is as follows:

Dubai Airport Free Zone

Dubai Cars and Automobile Zone (DUCAMZ) also known as Dubai Auto Zone

Dubai Design District

Dubai Healthcare City

Dubai International Academic City

Dubai Internet City

Dubai International Financial Centre

Dubai Knowledge Village

Dubai Media City

Dubai Gold and Diamond Park

Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC)

Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO)

International Media Production Zone

Jebel Ali Free Zone

Dubai Production City

Dubai World Central (Dubai South)

Dubai Studio City

 

Most of projects in DAMAC, which are mostly recommended, are in Business Bay, Dubai Marina, Damac Hills. Here is more information about it:

Business Bay, a residential and commercial area close to the happening neighborhood of Downtown Dubai. A favorite amongst investors, Business Bay features high-rise buildings that predominantly have studios, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments along with a limited inventory of luxury 4 and 5-bedroom apartments and penthouses. There are also some podium villas in Business Bay available for purchase. Those looking at Business Bay apartments for sale will find that prices start from AED 440k for a studio flat. The more spacious 1 BHK flats start from AED 500k and 2-bed units can be for an asking price as low as AED 850k.

Dubai Marina, the most sought-after freehold area in Dubai for apartments, the upscale location of Dubai Marina has everything from waterfront homes, shopping malls, spas, restaurants and more. Investors will find a large portfolio of apartments for sale to choose from, as well as some podium villas. Those who want to own one of the studio flats in Dubai Marina for sale will pay a starting price of AED 390k.

DAMAC Hills, it has added many luxurious apartments, villas and townhouses to the market. Set around the Trump International Golf Course, the properties for sale in DAMAC Hills will benefit from stunning views and world-class amenities. Prices to buy a studio apartment in DAMAC Hills start from AED 349k, while the DAMAC Hills villas for sale start from AED 900k.

The best neighborhood to buy property in Dubai

In this article, we told you different neighborhoods and residential areas of Dubai.

It is your responsibility to choose the best neighborhood to buy property in Dubai according to your financial circumstances and financial resources.

To choose a neighborhood, travel to Dubai on a tourist visa and visit different residential areas in the 90 days you have the opportunity to be in the UAE.

Consult with real estate agents in the area and ask the residents.

Your financial resources and which countries the other residents of that neighborhood are from are very important in choosing.

Consulting with experienced law firms and lawyers who specialize in buying a house in Dubai or renting a house in Dubai is also a good way to choose a neighborhood to buy a property in Dubai.

And here is DAMAC to help in whatever you need.

In DAMAC we have many ways for you to buy faster and easier. Here are 2 important information about it:

-Sale installments

-Buying a house with a high sum will make you own a Dubai residence.

 

One of our most distinguished consultants is Golnaz Pars, who sales through Owen, Dubai’s official real estate and land estate agent and a member of the RERA Academy, whose reliability can be maneuvered, is here to answer all your questions.

 

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Culture & Art

The World’s Capital of Marvelous Fairy Tales

If you’ve ever heard about the world-famous tales of “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Little Mermaid”, and “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, you probably know the creative mind behind them. Hans Christian Anderson wrote these amazing stories in the 19th century to let future generations enjoy a perfect world of fairy tales that’s like no other.

Odense, the birthplace of Anderson, is now home to a $64 million museum to appreciate this ambitious author. The place is called H.C. Anderson’s Hus and mixes complex architecture with elaborate light and sound installations to resemble his world of imagination. The museum is designed in a way that keeps you engaged in looking for secret places and guessing about its different parts.

For example, there’s a transparent water basin in one of the areas through which you see the sky. It recalls the desire of Little Mermaid to be part of the world above.

Anderson was born in 1805 in Odense, west of Copenhagen on Fyn Island. The island has more than 100 castles and manors, and Egeskov Castle is one of the oldest ones that Anderson favored. In legends, it’s known to be home to Odin, the mythological god of Vikings. If you ever walk around the city, the streets, houses, bridges, and wild swans will act as an atlas of his fictional characters.

The city council had decided to turn Anderson’s birthplace into a fairy-tale capital for people all over the world. H.C. Andersen’s Hus truly provides this opportunity for visitors, especially when they discover the cultural concepts of this city. Danish people have kept the traditions of reading fairy tales aloud in a family setting since the 1830s. Thus, experts believe Anderson penned many of his famous tales during that time, turning him into a driving force of the hygge idea.

No world’s map of fairy-tale traditions will ever be complete without the city of Odense. Visit this museum and embrace the Scandinavian spirits of fairy tales in the best way.

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Tourism

10 architectural structures to see before death

In this article, we want to introduce some structures with modern architectural design that will surprise you. You will probably find it interesting to know that most of these unique architectures are located in Asian countries. If you have any doubts about the second part of this article, I suggest you to read this article and see what the wonders of modern world architecture are.

  1. Guggenheim Museum in Spain

The museum was first opened to the public on October 18, 1997. The museum was designed by Frank Gehry and became known as Spain’s largest museum. The special and beautiful architecture of this building has made it attractive to visitors in terms of visual beauty in addition to its attractive items and is called one of the wonders of the world’s architecture.

 

2. Tokyo Sky Tree Tower in Japan

Construction of the telecommunications tower was completed in February 2012 and began after three months. Considered one of the wonders of modern world architecture, this beautiful tower was at the time the highest building device of man-made. Originally, the building was built as a telecommunications tower to broadcast broadcasting waves, but there are also restaurants and observatories.

 

  1. National Center for Performing Arts in China

This unique instrument, one of the finest works of modern architecture, was opened in December 2007. The building is originally an opera house and is entirely made of titanium. The designer of this beautiful instrument is Paul Andrew.

4. Al Arab Tower in Dubai

Burj Al Arab is a hotel built on an artificial island in Dubai. The designer of this luxurious building is Tom Wright, who has designed and built one of the wonders of modern world architecture. The beautiful monument, one of the best works of modern architecture, was officially opened in 1999.

  1. Nagoya Science Museum and Planetarium in Japan

In fact, the building was only a scientific museum, but recently in 2012 the planetarium was added, and basically this planetarium made it known as one of the wonders of modern architecture of the world that also has scientific and technological features inside it.

6. Cumulus Building in Denmark

It is located in the Museum of Natural Sciences and is an outdoor museum. The Cumulus building is the museum’s display hall designed by J. Mayer and is one of the ten wonders of the world.

  1. Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

Located in Singapore, this 5-star casino hotel is an unparalleled building and one of the wonders of modern world architecture, a busiest entertainment complex.

8. Sunrise Kepinski Hotel in China

Sunrise Kepinski Hotel is another of the world’s 5 most magnificent star hotels, with its unique design, one of the world’s top modern architectural wonders. The spherical building has 306 rooms and has benefited from the full facilities of 5-star hotels.

9. Capital Gate Tower in UAE

Abu Dhabi’s Capital Gate Tower can be referred to as the Pisa Tower of the modern world. Like the Tower of Pisa, the building has benefited from a prominent curvature that has made it one of the best works of modern architecture.

 

  1. Ferrari World in United Arab Emirates

Ferrari World is the world’s largest indoor theme park that has created a unique environment for children, especially car lovers. Located in the Emirates, this magnificent building is truly one of the wonders of the world’s architecture and one of the places to see before you die.

 

Last word on the wonders of modern world architecture

Different structures and buildings can be considered as the most mana-made works visually. Just as much older structures have persisted to this day and in addition to the beauty of information many of the old world have provided us, these structures are not only magnificent and beautiful now, but also a legacy that may remain on earth for years and give a message from posterity today. Which magnificent monument have you seen in the world that you think should be included in the list of wonders of modern world architecture?

 

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Relationship & Marriage

Score the charm of your love!

Discussion or coercion and reconciliation of a husband and wife, important life decisions that are made without consulting you and… Sometimes it lands on your head like a sledgehammer: “How long should I continue this situation? Or is my marriage still worth burning and building?”

When you get here, take a deep breath and answer these 12 questions with “yes” or “no.”

 

Test

 

  1. Do you enjoy being together?

 

  1. Do you trust him?

 

3. Do you play and have fun together, in other words, do you have a common hobby?

 

  1. Do you share your core values and beliefs?

 

  1. Can you disagree pleasantly?

 

  1. Can you be “yourself” in your common life?

 

  1. Is there mutual respect in your relationship?

 

  1. If your relationship is romantic, will your spouse still make your heart beating fast whenever you see him?

 

  1. Does your spouse support you?

 

  1. Is your relationship fragile in the face of change?

 

  1. Are your expectations realistic?

 

  1. Do you both want to keep your life together?

 

Although there are no written rules that suggest that the time has come for a relationship to end and is no longer worth continuing, if your answer to most of the above questions is positive, there is probably still something in your life that is worth trying. It’s certainly hard to make a difference in any relationship, but if you want your relationship to become healthier and stronger, move forward and that’s the price you have to pay.

 

If you doubt answering these questions, read the test answer guide at the bottom so that you can answer more decisively and make your final decision!

 

Test Response Guide

 

  1. If you do not enjoy spending time with someone, it is a sign that you may have to put the relationship aside. Isn’t one of the primary causes we share with the other, is that we’re having fun together (at least sometimes)?

 

  1. Trust is a key component of the relationship. If two people trust each other, and if they know that they are always behind each other in any problem (no matter what the problem is), the basis of this relationship is both reliable and valuable.

 

  1. The common interests, hobbies and activities of two people, however low, are a strong indicator of maintaining their relationship, i.e. if the hobby of you and the other party is interesting (or at least not boring) you can have a good time together.

 

  1. You will not find any husband and wife who agree on everything, but if they have little agreement on their religion, political faction or interests, then they can build their lives on the basis of the same value basis.

 

  1. There are arguments in all relationships, but in a healthy relationship, these arguments and disagreements grow the relationship and the opportunity to practice patience, empathy and find new ways of making decisions and connections.

 

  1. Of course, all good relationships are grounded on sharing, but intimacy and agreement are not too common! In the best relationships, both people have their own separate identities and are not afraid to “be themselves” and think and behave like themselves.

 

  1. In healthy relationships, it does not matter who is the breadwinner and who has assumed the responsibility of housekeeping and child-keeping, but both sides respect the other’s position and none of them feel abused, preyed on or exploited or do not appreciate it, and there is always room for growth.

 

  1. If your spouse’s attractiveness score is less than 7 from 1 to 10, then there is no love relationship for you anymore. Of course, remember, this scoring is for you, not the rest of the people, nor your mother, nor your close friend. Think about improving the relationship.

 

  1. For victories, decisions, goals, beliefs, etc. Have your own sponsor. If someone is waiting to celebrate your success, your relationship is probably worth a bit of effort.

 

  1. You both need to know that life is dynamic and everything is growing and changing. So the harder you are against change, the harder you can have a healthy relationship and have fun.

 

  1. No one can make his wife’s fantasy of “perfectionism” for the rest of his life! Correct yourself.

 

  1. If you want to maintain your relationship, but the other partner does not want this, there will not be much you can do!

 

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