For years, Dubai has been known as a city of glittering jewellery and gold chains.
But for many, it has become a destination for people who want to dress up as dragons and fight the evil dragons.
It’s a theme that runs through the world of the dragons that dwell within Dubai and the world that surrounds them.
Al Jazeera’s Samir Nabi explains the history of the dragon in Dubai, and what to expect at the dragon parade.
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What is the dragon?
Dubai’s dragon parade is a yearly tradition that takes place in the city centre every summer, in the days before the annual Dragon Week festivities.
At the end of the event, a dragon sits atop the tallest building in the capital and the dragon is crowned the new ruler of the city.
The dragon is not only the guardian of the skies, but also a symbol of power and wealth, a symbol for wealth and privilege.
Dubai is home to a total of 3,500 dragons.
The dragons represent the wealth and power that is available to those who live there.
These powerful dragons are often used to promote tourism in Dubai and to promote the local economy.
For the past year, however, the dragons have been replaced with gold.
It is said that gold is the most sought after item in Dubai because it is the only thing that has not been stolen.
What does Dubai’s gold have to do with dragons?
Gold is a symbol and an investment in the future, it is a status symbol, and it is used in everything from the construction of hotels and shopping malls to the construction and management of Dubai’s casinos.
The idea of Dubai as a dragon-shaped city has been around for decades, but the dragons symbol has only recently become an international symbol of wealth and wealth.
Gold is seen as a status item in a world where wealth and status are increasingly being eroded and replaced with a more aspirational, less glamorous, more flashy, less regulated and less regulated, less monitored and less transparent world.
The gold dragon, as it is called, is a real thing in Dubai.
This is not a fantasy.
This has happened in the real world.
For decades, Dubai’s dragons have worn gold chains that are more ornate than gold.
This was a symbol that was meant to be taken seriously, to show that the dragons had the power and influence to rule.
Gold chains are still worn by some dragons in Dubai today, as well as the people who live in the surrounding area.
Gold, however is no longer considered a status or a status-signal.
In fact, it’s an economic indicator, and an indicator of a person’s wealth.
What to expect as the dragon rides the gold dragon parade in Dubai: When will the dragon ride the gold dragons parade?
Dubai residents are expected to dress as dragons in the event of the gold-clad dragon’s coronation.
The official opening ceremony will take place on Monday and it will be followed by a procession of gold-shaded dragons, followed by the gold clad dragon himself.
The procession will be led by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is a member of the royal family and also a member the Dubai royal family.
As a royal, he has full authority over the dragon.
When will it start?
The dragon’s parade will begin on Monday, July 21.
The next day, the dragon will ride on the gold, silver and diamond-encrusted dragon, with the royal flag flying over the parade grounds.
The royal dragon will be accompanied by the flag of the United Arab Emirates, with a gold lion on top.
The king will also be present, and he will also ride on a gold-covered dragon.
The kingdom’s crown will be carried on the dragon’s back.
Will the dragon be crowned?
When will a gold dragon be presented to the dragon who has crowned him?
The crown will usually be presented by the king, but if there are any exceptions, the crown will typically be given to the person with the most votes.
When the dragons crown is presented, they will usually leave a note saying that the dragon has won the crown and that the person who has presented the crown should give it to the king.
When it is over, the royal dragon and the crown, or whatever the person presents it to, will be separated by a red curtain.
The person who gave the crown to the royal prince will also leave a message saying that they are very happy with the crown.
The people who are wearing gold chains or gold dragons have the right to choose which of them will be given the crown if the dragon doesn’t get it, or if there is a dispute.
What happens when the dragon gets it?
It’s up to the monarch to decide.
He or she will decide who gets the crown for themselves and the rest of the world.
It depends on how many votes the dragon receives in the royal poll.
A golden dragon is given the