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Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE. It houses the ministries all the ministries of the Government and is the emirate whose Sheikh is the President of the UAE. Geographically it is the largest of the seven emirates, and economically the richest with the maximum reserves of oil.
Ajman is one of the smaller emirates both by population and in geographical size. Geographically it is located to the north of Sharjah and is joins Sharjah at its northern edge. Economically it is dependent entirely on trade.
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Dubai is the second largest emirate in the UAE. It is about 150 Km to the north along the coast line from Abu Dhabi. Economically, Dubai is completely dependent on trade and commerce. Politically, Dubai is the traditional seat of the Pri-minister and Deputy President of the UAE.
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Fujairah is one of the smaller emirates that form the UAE. Geographically it lies along the eastern coast of the UAE. Its economy is dependent on trade and tourism.

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Includes health and medical resources specific to the Emirates region.
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Ras Al Khaimah is one of the smallest Emirates that form the UAE. Its total area is 168 square kilometres, which is equivalent to 2.2 per cent of the country's total area, excluding islands. It is a fertile agricultural land.
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Includes information about the Emirates' region's natural environment as well as scientific activities specific to United Arab Emirates.

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Sharjah is the third largest of the seven states, which form the United Arab Emirates. The city of Sharjah is the capital of the Emirate. The Emirate western seaboard is the Arabian Gulf coast, and in the east the Gulf of Oman and Indian Ocean. The total area of Sharjah is approximately 2590 square kilometers. Petroleum and gas form the primary economic resource of the Emirate.

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Includes sites that reflect the make up of the Emirates' community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people of United Arab Emirates.
Includes area transportation resources for those traveling to and from, and within the United Arab Emirates.
Includes area attractions and resources for those traveling in the United Arab Emirates, including tourist guides.
The Emirate of Umm Al Qaiwain, which has a coastline stretching to 24 kilometres, is located on the Arabian Gulf coast of the UAE, between Sharjah to the southwest, and Ras al-Khaimah to the northeast. Its economy runs entirely on trade and agriculture.
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