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Dubai Creek is shortlisted for the UNESCO World Heritage List

Dubai Creek is shortlisted for the UNESCO World Heritage List

Dubai Creek has been included for the UNESCO World Heritage List and on a shortlist of 30 set to be considered by this year’s committee.

The Dubai Creek holds a significance in the history of the economic development of the emirate.

This is a bustling waterway that attracts thousands of tourists, traders and residents every day.

It would be a second world heritage site for the UAE. The cultural sites of Al Ain were added to the list in 2011.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) complies a World Heritage list on a yearly basis.

Currently there are 1,037 places on the world heritage list. Dubai Creek should make that 1,038.

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