Enter a place where history is locked within the traditional values of the people. A place where even the smallest moment in a countries becoming is not forgotten. A place which was crowned UNESCO cultural capital of the Arab World in 1998 and the area's reputation as a centre of artistic excellence.
The third largest emirate covering an area of 2,600 sq kms, the emirate of Sharjah straddles the peninsula, overlooking the Arabian Gulf to the west and the Gulf of Oman to the east. This gives it the unique advantage of being geographically diverse. The emirates also boasts of some of the most diverse of sceneries and superb waterfronts.
Sharjah is known as the Cultural capital of the U.A.E. Sharjah is the headquarters for the UAE Authors' and Writers' Union which has over a hundred publications to its credit.
For more information about Sharjah, please visit Sharjah City Guide.
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