The currency that is used in Dubai is the UAE dirham, which is identified with either the Dhs or AED currency symbols. As of 2015, the UAE dirham is available in notes of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000. More »

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Dirham is the legal currency of Dubai and many other nations that are located in the United Arab Emirates. It is also the former related unit mass of the Ottoman Empire and Persia. The name Dirham derives from the name o... More »

The unit of currency used in Dubai is the dirham. It is also the official unit of currency for the rest of the United Arab Emirates. More »

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Dubai is a constituent emirate of the UAE, or United Arab Emirates. Its capital city is also named Dubai. It is the largest city within the federation, housing nearly 90 percent of the emirate's population. More »

The shape of the Palm Islands in Dubai pays homage to the date palm tree, which is of significant value to Dubai. The palm tree, known as the "bride of the orchard" in the country, has been a staple source of food and sh... More »

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The unit of currency used in Dubai is the dirham. It is also the official unit of currency for the rest of the United Arab Emirates. More »

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Dirham is the legal currency of Dubai and many other nations that are located in the United Arab Emirates. It is also the former related unit mass of the Ottoman Empire and Persia. The name Dirham derives from the name o... More »