The fifties, the Dubai Creek
The turning point that separates the Shindagha from Dubai Creek Was the best choice for sailors to lay their ships in order to repair or maintenance.
1950 in the fifties.
- Tawash Mohammed Saeed Al-Mahmoud .
Tawash carefully examines Pearls before agreeing on price with the captain of the ship.
1950 in the fifties, Dubai, Dubai Creek
small kiosks Covered with palm leaves for the sale of fish which are caught at sea, and although the fish market is located next to the creek, but they believed that the fish trapped in the creek that is not appropriate to eat.
1908, Sharjah, Sharjah Beach
The coast of Sharjah, which overlooks the Arabian Gulf extends for nearly thirty kilometers.
Trucial States relied heavily on the sea in the provision of elements of survival and economic resources.
1948, Dubai, Dubai Creek
Abra the means of transport in Dubai, where the creek divides the city into two parts Shindagha, Dubai, on one side and Deira on the other side.
1940, Sharjah, Corniche Beach
Beach Corniche in Sharjah in the forties.
The sort and preview pearls are among the operations that requirehigh skill.
Pearl dealer polished them to improve, form before submission to the auction.
The boat-building depends on the eye and experience without the use of drawings or designs, where the timber of the ships are imported from India.