UAE National Day
It was on 2 December 1971 that the rulers of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Al-Ain, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain agreed to unite as one country. Later in February 1972, Ras Al Khaimah decided to join and become the seventh Emirate. Dubbed the Spirit of the Union, the date marks the unification of all seven Emirates into one nation.
From dazzling firework displays to elaborate parades and glittering ceremonies, UAE National Day is a time when locals and expatriates gather together to celebrate. From homes and streets to people and cars, the colours of the national flag are everywhere you turn in the run up to UAE National Day. Shades of red, white, black and green bedeck every aspect of Emirati life, while flags flutter from atop landmarks across the nation.
Being a public holiday, UAE National Day brings families and friends together in a day of celebration and contemplation.
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