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Khor Fakkan Beach United Arab Emirates
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Khor Fakkan (or Khawr Fakkan) (Arabic: خورفكان‎) is a town located on the east coast of the in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Khor Fakkan is scenically the most beautiful part of the entire country; the town is set on the picturesque bay of Khor Fakkan, which means 'Creek of Two Jaws'. Khor Fakkan belongs to the emirate of Sharjah but is geographically surrounded by the emirate of Fujairah. text by WIKIPEDIA

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