Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Al Ain Palace Museum #2- Watery Wednesday


Here is the continuation of my post about the majestic Al Ain Palace Museum and since it's time for Watery Wednesday, let me share the  areas of the museum that you'll find water.






a well- the palace's source of water during the pre *oil days

Of course, I wished for prosperity :) and good health for me and for my family.

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Word of the day: zait  is the arabic word of oil. Salaam to all!

More photos tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.

13 comments:

  1. Very sunny, pretty and pristine looking. I think these shots are going to warm a lot of people up!

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  2. nice site.. where are u in UAE?

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  3. I like the fountain.
    This palace museum looks so new. Do you know how old it is?

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  4. Water - has been, is and probably will be the source of life. Nice to find it even inside of a museum.

    Please have you all a wonderful Wednesday.

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  5. I bet the water is very appreciated. I love the palm trees, which always make me think a place is very exotic. :)

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  6. @Linnea,
    thanks for stopping by. i was so lucky yesterday when i took those pictures, the sun was up and the weather was just fine.

    @gracia,

    Thanks. I am living here in Al Ain City, the eastern City of Abu Dhabi.

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  7. @Hilda,

    Thanks for visiting. The palace was built in 1937 and had undergone renovations before it was opened to the public in 2001.

    @ Whitemist,

    yes, it is an oasis. thanks for visiting.

    @Robert,
    indeed! yesterday, after the clicking stint, i sat for a while and just stared with the water. It was a relaxing experience.

    @Stine,
    thanks for visiting. indeed , the palm trees makes the place exotic.

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  8. Your wishes will come true!


    Aloha, Friend


    Comfort Spiral

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  9. wow sobrang dami ng magagandang tanawin dyan Lyn. Nakakalula..

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  10. Love those beautiful pics of the museum!
    Love and hugs

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  11. Pretty photos from the Palace museum. Great watery Wednesday photos.

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