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UAE National Day celebration

UAE National Day celebration
Children take part in a Dubai National Day parade on Dec. 1 in Dubai. National Day festivities traditionally take place on Dec. 1-2 with a parade for children and students on the 1st. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Children poke out of the roof of a car adorned with pictures and decorations, part of the parade to mark 37 years since the UAE was formed. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Paragliders fly past a giant UAE flag as part of National Day celebrations in Dubai. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Children sit with a giant teddy decked out in UAE colours as part of the parade. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
A father and child watch the parade. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Children in national dress and draped in UAE colours take part in the parade. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
A man fires off a giant party popper as he takes part in the National Day parade. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
A family cruises along in a classic car covered in UAE flags. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Children take part in the Dubai National Day parade. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Young UAE nationals salute and wave UAE flags as part of the National Day celebrations. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
A family walks through flowers during a Dubai National Day parade. Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
A young Emirati hangs out of his car, adorned in decorations, as part of the National Day celebrations. (ITP Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Men in traditional dress walk past a customised Bentley Continental GT during the parade. (Getty Images)
UAE National Day celebration
Lines of cars drive down Beach Road in Dubai as part of the parade to mark National Day. (ITP Images)