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Dubai’s captivating skyline gets its very own photo frame

Dubai is truly the hub of modern architecture and a mecca for the architects who wish to go big with their designs. The recent monument, “Dubai Frame” however is an atypical design in Dubai’s urban landscape that frames the already existing architectural master pieces, such as Burj Khalifa in an extremely royal way.

The 492-foot-tall frame is a gleaming structure, covered with gold and bearing the motifs of 2020 Expo. It stands above the 305-foot glass bottom walkway of Zabeel Park, framing the breathtaking panoramic view of Dubai’s skyline. The monument remains busy throughout the day with as many as 200 tourists being ushered in and out every hour.

The structure has been deemed to be the biggest picture frame to have been made till date and naturally, it has become an instant hit with the selfie lovers all around the world who are always on a lookout for a perfect background for their pictures. If you are one of them, you have got to check out this insanely exaggerated version of a picture frame!

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h/t: The Guardian

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