20 Climbing High In Dubai

Climbing High In Dubai

Posted on March 31, 2013 by team

We are back with the Russian guys who climbed the Great Pyramide in Egypt recently. This time they are in Dubai – no way this city can disappoint anyone especially being observed from the roofs.

These are the First Interchange on Sheikh Zayed Road and Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.
Dubai impresses much when you look at it from a plane flying low – you see all these huge highways in the middle of the desert, numerous street networks without houses (they will appear as quarters in future). Everything is so big in Dubai!

One does not need to be a sheikh to experience all pleasures of Dubai!


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20 Responses to “Climbing High In Dubai”

  1. Denis says:

    you guys are nuts
    keep up the good work

  2. Timothy Erickson says:

    All built with European and American money that came from selling oil.

  3. George Johnson says:

    It’s interesting. The radical liberals (at least in America) hate people with lots of money, unless you’re an actor (hollowood elite) or a politician that stole it from the people.
    But the interesting thing is, they don’t hate people like these because they have tons of money. They only seem to hate their own people. Liberals, weird.

  4. Zevram says:

    Awesome photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. AA says:

    Amazing Pictures…. Well done.

  6. Steve says:

    Amazing photography in this set of pictures and much kudos to the guys who captured them from such great heights

  7. alberto curiel says:

    Excellent work guys but have had accidents when taking photographs? ……. Are very risky … like any good photographer …

  8. A.Oscar says:

    Dubai could be a modern nice place in the world: but do not have infraestreturas when come to sewer’s central station; for that matter in most cases are transported by road into another place to through into the Ocean. I have seen convoys of truck’s by the dozens. Not many people in the world knows that, and I have in my computer photos and videos of such. A.Oscart

  9. Toby Esterhase says:

    Very nice. Seems like an interesting place to visit. The architecture, for the style it is, is very nicely designed too. It also looks very clean, almost too clean.

    @George Johnson – Uhm ok…

  10. skopeil says:

    stunning photos…

  11. zx10R says:

    Most coolest images of Dubai I’ve ever seen

  12. jaime says:

    dubai impressive capital of the world …

  13. discoer says:

    The city is EMPTY! Where are the people?

  14. valdi says:

    nevjerojatne fotografije.svaka čast dečkima

  15. Laird says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice if all of these middle eastern could get along with each other?! It would be so peaceful for all the citizens of the area although the politicians/dictators might not like it much. Amongst all the citizens of the world Peace is at the top of their list of priorities. They mean peace for all!… Will we ever see it happen? Maybe not in my lifetime but sooner or later it shall come to pass.

  16. cw says:

    The closest this display of extravagance comes to mentioning that there is no sewage system, and that every day, miles and miles of convoyed “honeywagons” (sewage trucks) tie up highways carrying waste out of town, is the comment, “They think about functionality less when plan to build something new, they are more interested in its exterior beauty.” Skin deep.

  17. sandy says:

    Very impressive, it is beautiful but yes where are the people they live a different life, the rich than we do. great pictures though

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