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David Derrick

Nice pictures, but the contrast between 2005 and 2008 is equally striking.

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thememriblog's announcement that Dubai's planning a museum on the life and works of Muhammad sort of makes me want to visit Dubai out of curiosity. I'm wondering what kind of images will be acceptable to include in such a museum.

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Woww. what a contrast and what a rapid development. I think that it is a living example for all the Asian countries and credit for this goes to Shaikh Zayed Bin Khalifah Al Nahyan as he has really made a great role in progress of Dubai overtimes.

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It is impressive how the city has changed in all that time. the first picture looks like a post apocalyptic movie.

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