Sheikh Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Tallest Building Standing in Abu Dhabi Today

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The prime feature of the Abu Dhabi Project in the World Trade Centre is a stunningly high building of three hundred and eighty two meters in length, which holds a grand total of four hundred and seventy four suites, all available for the visitors’ stay. The official news agency of Dubai, Emirates News Agency, has mentioned in a report that this 382-metre high devil is the tallest standing building in Abu Dhabi and it is named “Sheikh Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum” after the running Vice President and the Prime Minister of Abu Dhabi.

General Sheikh Mohammad who is the deputy supreme commander of the Armed Forces of The United Arab Emirates and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi had ordered the President of the UAE, Sheikh Khalifa, to attend the UAE Flag Day celebration held on the “Sheikh Muhammad” building on Monday. The deputy chairman of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Hazza, has announced this himself in the inauguration of the great building.

He also said that these gestures among these eminent men of Dubai represent the love and affection that is between them. This also marks Sheikh Mohammad’s status as one that is of extreme importance both inside and outside the UAE. This globally respected man also has an amazing collection of achievements and visions, which accounts for the huge role that he had in creating an impact on the development and success that the United Arab Emirates now boasts.

The “Rashid Al Maktoum” building is divided up into 92 floors, all of which hold a total of 474 units for the residents. It has been developed brilliantly by a company called Aldar Properties. This building marks the highest standing point in Abu Dhabi, but the tallest building in the whole wide world is eighty two hundred and ten meters high and it also stands on the land of Dubai. This building was called Burj Dubai at first, but then the name was changed to “Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan”, who has been the president of the UAE since 2004.



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