Dubai is currently building its first ‘vike’ urban construction project, dubbed “Dubai’s New Viking”.
Dubai City Hall announced the construction of the project on Friday, with construction taking place in the city’s southern suburb of Jumeirah.
Dubai has a number of existing municipal light installations, including the “Dublin’s first Viking” building, which opened in the 1980s.
Dublin has recently announced plans to modernise the infrastructure of its major city centre, with the city planning to build the city a new Viking-shaped city block.
Duba, located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is a major port city in the Middle East and the world’s largest oil exporter.
It has the second largest population of Emirati citizens, and is home to about 2.4 million people.
Dubayr Al Mansouri Al Muhajir, the city council’s deputy director-general for infrastructure, said the project was designed to “strengthen the city and the UAE’s infrastructure”.
Dubay Rizou Al Maktoum, the mayor of Jubeir, said: “Dubay is the future.
This is the city where people live and work, it is where the tourism is, it’s where the economy is.
It’s where people travel, it gives them a sense of community, it creates jobs and creates a sense that Dubai is open for business.”
Dubai, which is ranked as the most expensive place to live in the world, is still reeling from the 2008 global financial crisis.
The country’s tourism industry has suffered from a drop in tourism due to the economic downturn.
However, Dubai’s reputation for economic development has been on the rise, with Dubai International Airport recently receiving a $100m investment to modernize its facilities.
Dubaidis infrastructure plan has also received international praise, with some countries, including Britain, Canada and Australia, having praised the plan as a step in the right direction.