The earliest recorded reference of Dubai is in the Book of Geography by Abu Abdullah Al Bakri.
The territory had a prospering pearl exchange and was gone by the Venetian pearl dealer Gaspero Balbi in 1580. Dubai was set up as an angling town and was possessed by the Baniya Tribe, and was under the control of the Sheik of Abu Dhabi. After the Great Depression of the 1930s, the pearl business dwindled and the then leader of the emirate changed the economy to exchanging industry. The disclosure of oil stores off the shoreline of Dubai helped the emirate’s back. Today, the city is the center point of numerous outside exchanging groups and is a standout amongst the most looked for after travel goals on the planet.