incredible : aladdin city the next project in dubai

aladin city the next project in dubai Dubai has given the green light to yet another outrageous building project - a 4,000-acre complex of towers inspired by characters from Arabian Nights, including Aladdin and Sinbad the Sailor.
In the latest of ambitious building projects, officials in Dubai have confirmed work will start on designing 'Aladdin City.'
Comprising six towers, all connected by moving walkways, the development is inspired by the tales of Aladdin from the Middle Eastern folk Tale The Arabian Nights and the more modern Disney blockbuster.

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 “Aladdin City” will feature six towers, some designed to resemble Aladdin’s magic lamp, linked by air-conditioned bridges with moving walkways (magic carpets?).