Bcc Abu Dhabi has archaeological evidence from the third millennium to the civilizations such as the Ahmad an Narn culture. The farthest city of Abu Dhabi, it is located near the modern city of Al Ain. The Hafeet's (Jebel Hafeet) mountains have evidence of the surrounding civilizations. This location is highly strategic because it is the tallest mountain in the UAE, so it will show good. Thousands of years ago, though humidity increased, its springs and lakes are high. The Abu Dhabi government attracts revenue from oil and gas production to tourism and many other attractions also has IT development companies established in Abu Dhabi. You will see this goal at the Abu Dhabi International Airport. In 2009, the airport achieved 30% growth in passenger use. The Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 can be viewed by the Urban Planning Council of Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi economy will remain steadfast on this plan and do not rely on any source of income or source of income. More specifically, non-oil share increases will increase from 40% to 70%.