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1.Barbie doll

1. Barbie doll: In 2010 the diamond necklace of the Barbie doll was sold for more than $ 300,000. This was a rare case; many antique Barbies are displayed online for 10-20 USD barely maintaining their original market value.

2.Postage Stamps

2. Postage Stamps: Some like to collect stamps out of passion for history, culture and exploring places from around the world, However, the value of these objects is low as they are mass produced and this makes their value much lower than any other limited-edition collectibles, except that some were sold for exceptionally high prices. The British Guiana 1c Magenta rare stamp was sold for over $ 10 million.

3. Vintage Shirts

Vintage Shirts At one point, old sports teams and celebrities’ shirts became fashionable, many old shirts in the closet still carry value and are sold for $ 20 or a bit over except for The Beatles' promotional jersey which was sold for over $ 19,000.

4.Figurines

4.Figurines :Figurines are among the most salable items, figurines come in a variety of shapes and brands ranging from Precious Moments to Funko Pop, their market value is still high nowadays, but the long-awaited statues of Hummel, which started as a limited edition and was then made in quantities was exceptionally high where some of the originals sold for thousands of dollars.

5.Americana

5. Americana : Previously, a lot of American collectibles were showcased in museums and sold at auction houses for their value and historic worth, over time though interest decreased and their value began to diminish as stated by Jim Griffith, an antiques expert and dean of education at eBay.

6. Memorial plaques

6. Commemorative Plates: Interest in paintings of historical moments and figures increased as American nostalgic painter Norman Rockwell published a series of collectible paintings throughout the 1970s that featured prominent figures from his paintings of American history. Originally, these paintings were sold for hundreds of dollars back then. But recently, the prices of the panels have dropped a lot reaching at times 5 USD, way below their original value.

7.Lunch Boxes

7. Lunch Boxes: In the 1970s, lunch boxes with iconic images from movies and television were very popular and high in value, especially the metal boxes which are rarely broken.The armor lunch box with Universal Knights on it was sold for $ 1,250 and the Yellow Submarine lunch box from 1968 for $ 1,300. Other lunch boxes from the same era are at a hundred dollar threshold.

8. Coca-Cola Memorabilia

8. Coca-Cola reached its peak in the 1940's and 1950's, the company created a variety of products for American consumers ranging from watches to coolers and a number of brands. Some items, like soda fountains were sold for millions, but due to the abundance of other signs and gadgets, most Coca-Cola collectibles are sold somewhere between $ 5 and $ 10.

9.Baseball cards

9. Baseball cards: The value of baseball cards depends on the age of the card and the front cover. Covers of players like Babe Ruth can set record rates up to $ 500,000 for their cards. Newer cards tend to have a lower value. Even those that are 20 years old, their values ​​ continue to decline.

10.Beanie Babies

10. Beanie Babies: The idea of ​​these ridiculously valuable small cloth toys became popular when Princess Diana's bear was sold for $ 500,000, and some other Beanie Babies for hundreds of thousands of dollars but these remain rare examples, most Beanie Babies are only worth a few dollars

1.Barbie doll
2.Postage Stamps
3. Vintage Shirts
4.Figurines
5.Americana
6. Memorial plaques
7.Lunch Boxes
8. Coca-Cola Memorabilia
9.Baseball cards
10.Beanie Babies
1.London

1. London: London's exit from the European Union did not prevent it from topping this list as the best city to work at in the world, as London is the largest financial center in the world, and only New York competes with it.

2. Amsterdam

2. Amsterdam: Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and is considered one of the most active cities in it, as it works to provide a lot of diverse jobs, due to the big number of large companies in it that offer great advantages to its employees.

3. Dubai

3. Dubai: Dubai ranked in third place on this list as the best city for work in the world, the city of creativity and innovation, Dubai is a leading financial center in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia.

4. Berlin

4. Berlin: Berlin is the German capital and largest city, it is also the startup capital in Europe, with many international companies such as Volkswagen, Pfizer and Saab , Berlin is ideal for expats looking for science and technology jobs.

5. Abu Dhabi

5. Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and is one of the ideal cities to live and work in according to several factors; the most important of which is the ideal lifestyle that reflects on the well-being of individuals and the economic success of the city, which impacts the availability of job opportunities and raises the level of income for the individual.

6. Tokyo

6. Tokyo: Tokyo is the capital of Japan, it is known as the safest city in the world, also the favorite destination for tourists who want to enjoy the aspects of modern life and originality in one place.

7. Singapore

7. Singapore: Singapore known as the utopian city, it plays an important role in the global economy, the port of Singapore is the fifth in the world in terms of activity

8. New York

8. New York: New york is the largest city in the United States of America, and the most influential in the fields of trade and money, media, art and fashion, science and technology, education, entertainment and tourism. It is also one of the most important centers of trade and money in the world, due to the large number of global companies and banks in it

9. Barcelona

9. Barcelona: It is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and the second in terms of population after the capital, Madrid, and is also the largest European city on the shore of the Mediterranean, characterized by an antique architectural style, and historical buildings that are beautiful in their unique artistic design of the famous Antonio Gaudi

10. Sydney

10. Sydney: This city is located at the largest natural harbor in the world; it is the most populous city in Australia, and the economic center of the country, where there are world-class institutions such as the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales. It is distinguished in the development of career prospects.

1.London
2. Amsterdam
3. Dubai
4. Berlin
5. Abu Dhabi
6. Tokyo
7. Singapore
8. New York
9. Barcelona
10. Sydney
1.  Qatar

1. Qatar: Qatar came in the first place as the richest Arab country with a GDP per capita of 96.1 thousand.

2. United Arab Emirates

2. United Arab Emirates: UAE came in second place with a GDP per capita of 58.77 thousand.

3. Bahrain

3. Bahrain: Bahrain emerged in third place this year with GDP per capita of 50.26 thousand.

4. Saudi Arabia

4. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranked fourth among the richest Arab countries, with a GDP per capita of 47.8 thousand.

5. Kuwait

5.Kuwait: It is the fifth richest Arab country, with a GDP per capita of 41.77 thousand.

6. Sultanate of Oman

6. The Sultanate of Oman: Oman is the poorest among the GCC countries with a total GDP per capita of 29.51 thousand.

7. Egypt

7. Egypt: The land of the Pharaohs came in the seventh place with a GDP per capita of 13.06 thousand.

8. Algeria

8. Algeria: Algeria ranked in the eighth place with a GDP per capita of 11.44 thousand.

9. Tunisia

9. Tunisia: the country that sparked the Arab Spring in 2011 ranked 9th with a GDP per capita of 10.92 thousands

10. Iraq

10. Iraq: Iraq came in the 10th position with a GDP per capita of 10.61 thousand.

11. Jordan

11. Jordan: Jordan ranked eleventh among the Arab countries with a GDP per capita of 10.46 thousand.

12. Libya

12. Libya: Libya ranked twelfth among Arab countries with a GDP per capita of 8.45 thousand.

13. Morocco

13. Morocco: The GDP per capita this year was 8.08 thousand in Morocco.

14. Mauritania

14. Mauritania: It is one of the poorest Arab countries, but it witnessed a slight increase in its GDP per capita this year reaching 5.91 thousand.

15. Djibouti

15. Djibouti: This African country is considered one of the poorest in the Arab countries, with a GDP per capita of 4.5 thousand this year.

16. Sudan

16. Sudan: Sudan suffers from critical political conditions that affected its economy. Its GDP per capita this year declined to 3.76 thousand.

17. Comoros

17. Comoros: It is one of the poorest Arab countries, but this year the African country witnessed an improvement in its GDP per capita, reaching 3.09 thousand.

18. Yemen

18. Yemen: The country that has been a war zone since 2015 is the poorest Arab country this year with a GDP per capita of 1.94 thousand.

1.  Qatar
2. United Arab Emirates
3. Bahrain
4. Saudi Arabia
5. Kuwait
6. Sultanate of Oman
7. Egypt
8. Algeria
9. Tunisia
10. Iraq
11. Jordan
12. Libya
13. Morocco
14. Mauritania
15. Djibouti
16. Sudan
17. Comoros
18. Yemen
1. Al Shindagha Museum

1. Shindagha Museum: The museum tells the universal tale of human innovation, resilience, and the desire for progress which shaped the Dubai of nowadays. The museum welcomes visitors every day from 10AM to 8PM, except on Tuesdays.

2. The Gold Souk

2. The Gold Souk: Dubai’s Gold Souk is a traditional market dedicated to selling and buying of the yellow metal. The souk is located in Dubai's commercial business district in Deira, in the locality of Al Dhagaya. The souk consists of over 380 retailers, most of whom are jewelry traders.

3. The Spice Souk

3. The Spice Souk: Dubai Spice Souk or the Old Souk is a traditional market in the beautiful Emirate. The Spice Souk is located in eastern Dubai, in Deira and is adjacent to the Dubai Gold Souk. The Spice Souk is situated on Baniyas Street, in the locality of Al Ras.

4. Dubai Creek

4. Dubai Creek: In the past, Dubai Creek was the city's only port, for centuries it has served as its beating heart and the backbone of its vital economy. There is no better way than wandering around on foot in the magnificent area before taking a traditional abra to see the beautiful sights of the water, and see a picture of Dubai in the past.

5. Museum of Illusions

5. Museum of Illusions: It is a unique destination! It is suitable for all ages and offers them an interactive experience that stimulates the senses through fascinating different exhibits such as the zero gravity room, the rotating room, the infinity room and others! The museum welcomes intrigued visitors from 10AM to 10PM during weekdays and from 10AM to 11PM on weekends.

6. Dubai Frame

6. Dubai Frame: it is an iconic structure that ‘frames’ impressive views of Old and New Dubai, while serving as a metaphorical bridge connecting the emirate’s rich past with its magnificent present. This beautiful attraction is located in Zabeel Park.

7. Seawings

7. Seawings: Tourists can experience spectacular views of Dubai's skyscrapers, beaches and architectural wonders on a 40-minute seaplane flight.

8. Arabian Tea House

8. Arabian Tea House: This is the first authentic Emirati restaurant that opened its doors in 1997. A visit to this historical place is more of a time travelling experience! Dubai Tourism cites the tea house as a cultural reference point and recently both the Michelin-starred culinary expert and author Geoffrey Zakarian and TV star Martha Stewart visited the tea house, praising it in their blogs and social media platforms.

1. Al Shindagha Museum
2. The Gold Souk
3. The Spice Souk
4. Dubai Creek
5. Museum of Illusions
6. Dubai Frame
7. Seawings
8. Arabian Tea House
1. Amin H. Nasser (Saudi Arabia)

1. Amin Hassan Nasser: Amin Hassan Nasser is the President and CEO of ‘Saudi Aramco’, the world’s largest oil producer.

2. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber (Emirati)

2. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber: Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber is Group CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). In addition, he is the Minister of State in the United Arab Emirates, and the Chairman of Masdar.

3. Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (Emirati)

3. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum: Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum is the Chairman and CEO of the Emirates Group. In addition, he is the President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai World, and Noor Takaful insurance company.

4. Hashem Hashem (Kuwaiti)

4. Hashem Hashem: Hashem Hashem is Deputy Chairman and CEO of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation.

5. Toufik Hakkar (Algerian)

5. Toufik Hakkar: Toufik Hakkar is the Chairman & CEO of Sonatrach.

6. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi (Qatari)

6. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi: Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi is the Deputy Chairman, President & CEO of Qatar Petroleum.

7. Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan (Saudi)

7. Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan: Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan is the Vice-Chairman & CEO of SABIC.

8. Abdulla Mubarak Al-Khalifa(Qatari)

8. Abdulla Mubarak Al-Khalifa: Abdulla Mubarak Al-Khalifa is the Group CEO of Qatar National Bank.

9. Paul Griffiths (British)

9. Paul Griffiths: Paul Griffiths is the CEO of Dubai Airports.

10 . Osama Mounier Mohamed Rabi (Egyptian)

10. Osama Mounier Mohamed Rabi: Chairman & Managing Director of Suez Canal Authority.

1. Amin H. Nasser (Saudi Arabia)
2. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber (Emirati)
3. Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (Emirati)
4. Hashem Hashem (Kuwaiti)
5. Toufik Hakkar (Algerian)
6. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi (Qatari)
7. Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan (Saudi)
8. Abdulla Mubarak Al-Khalifa(Qatari)
9. Paul Griffiths (British)
10 . Osama Mounier Mohamed Rabi (Egyptian)

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