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15 Facts About Al Ain
Al Ain is an important services centre for a wide area extending into Oman.
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Al Ain was originally within the area of influence of the Dhawahir, a Bedouin tribe who settled Dhahirah before Buraimi.
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Al Ain built a fort, one of a number of fortifications established by the various interests vying for control over the oasis, to underline his dominion over the oasis and established a wali, appointing a member of the Dhawahir as his headman.
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Al Ain met Sheikh Zayed and stayed with him at Al-Muwaiji Fort.
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Al-Al Ain is the home of Horizon International flight academy, Etihad Airways's cadet pilot training centre.
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Al-Khwarizmi International College has started a Campus at Al-Al Ain and is offering BBA programme and various other licensed, accredited and approved courses.
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Al-Al Ain is the home of Tawam Hospital, a training and research hospital linked with the UAE University.
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Al Ain Hospital is the general hospital delivering health services to all Al-Ain patients regardless of their nationality.
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Al-Al Ain Raceway was selected to host the 2007 Rotax Max World Karting Finals, an event which saw 220 drivers from over 55 countries compete for the Karting world title.
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Al-Al Ain Raceway opened to the general public in May 2008 and proves a popular activity for local Emiratis and tourists alike.
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