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Black Palace Beach
Updated on 23 February 2017

Black Palace Beach in Dubai is an undeveloped plot of land located between the summer palaces on Al Sufouh road across from Knowledge Village. Although there are no facilities, it is a great place to escape the city and watch the marine craft sailing around the Palm Jumeirah and even Sheikh Mohammed's private Yacht.

Admission is free.

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