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Buy Seven Sands of the Emirates in Dubai

Think of an idea – and local craftsmen will realize it in a sand pattern in a glass flask, which will make a great souvenir!

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Buy Seven Sands of the Emirates

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The UAE consist of seven federal emirates. This fact is reflected in the famous symbolic local souvenir called "Seven Sands". The fact is that the sand of each emirate is painted in a specific color: white, light red, red, brown, blue, gray and black. Local craftsmen pour sands from different emirates in glass flasks – so that they turn in patterns or pictures.

You can buy ready-made "Seven Sands" with a popular image, or you can order a souvenir with a picture of your selection – then craftsmen will create a unique composition right before your eyes!

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Guest28 April 2017

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