Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum's house dates back to the 19th century,
and was built for Dubai's ruler with commanding views over the sea.
It is one of the oldest residences in the city and has been
restored as a museum exhibiting historical photographs and
artefacts showcasing Dubai's history and development. Its
architecture is also a fine example of the regional style with its
wind towers and central courtyard, teak wood doors and windows and
wooden lattice screens.
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