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It is performed to the beat of drums. The musical accompaniment and screams during the dance once filled the tribe with a warlike spirit. The dance has several meanings - it glorifies the victory and symbolizes the unity of the Arab tribes.
Yowla can be seen both in the remote places of the Emirates, and at festive events of national scale in the center of the capital.
Photo: © Omar Al Sumaiti
How to do?
2. The festival is held next to the ancient Qasr al-Hosn palace, which belonged to the ruling Al Nayan dynasty for a long time. It`s located on Zayed the First Street, next to the park. The buses 032, 034, 005, 054 run here.
Where to do?
The oldest building in Abu Dhabi, which is called its birthplace. It is next to the modern skyscrapers, recalling the past of the emirate.33
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