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Mall of the World

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Subject: Developments in Dubai, Universal Studios Dubailand, Dubai World Central, Mall of Arabia (Dubai), Dubai Outlet Mall
Collection: Shopping Malls in Dubai
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Mall of the World

  1. Mall of the World in Dubai was announced in July 2014, location in Al Sufouh district, along Sheikh Zayed Road, different from Mohammed bin Rashid City. Project includes a covered theme park, shopping malls, shopping precinct, wellness zone, hotels, airconditioned walkways.[1][2]
  2. A previous Mall of the World project in Dubai was a planned mall in the planned Mohammed bin Rashid City mixed-use development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, announced in November 2012. It was to be the largest shopping mall in the world.[3][4]


  1. ^ "Mohammed Bin Rashid launches 'Mall of the World' ..., press release (WAM), 05 July 2014"
  2. ^ ", 08 July 2014"
  3. ^ "Dubai's Mohammed Bin Rashid City: Collaboration with Universal Studios ...", Emirates 24/7, November 26, 2012
  4. ^ ", 08 July 2014"

External links

  • - Mall of the World YouTube video released by Dubai Holding July 2014.
  • - Dubai Holding press release 05 July 2014 "Mohammed Bin Rashid launches Mall of the World".
  • - Mall of the World in Dubai information.

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