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Dubai will mark Eid with a fireworks display
Updated on 21 June 2017

Hanging out in a mall during Eid? Well, it better Dubai Festival City because the mall is hosting fireworks to celebrate Eid Al Fitr. The show will take place on the second day of Eid at 11pm. Get there early if you want a prime spot for photo opportunities. www.dubaifestivalcity.com

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