Abu Dhabi - Wikipedia
 The origins of Al Nahyan. Trucial coast. First oil discoveries. An illustrated essay on Abu Dhabi's past . Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The Founder's Memorial. The Presidential Palace. Multi-faith worship sites. Gardens and parks. Utility services. Planning for cities.
Abu Dhabi (UK:/'aebu/da:bi/; US:/'a:bu/ ; Arabic pronunciation: [a’bu'd?abi]]) is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and second-most populous (after Dubai). It is also the capital city of the Emirate Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi, located off the Central West Coast of the Persian Gulf, is the capital. The Emirate and most of the residents of Abu Dhabi are located on the mainland, which is connected to the rest. Abu Dhabi's urban population was estimated at 1.5 million  of the 2.9 million residents in Abu Dhabi as of 2016. The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which is the 5th largest sovereign wealth funds in the world, is located in the city. Abu Dhabi has more than a trillion dollars in assets under management, which is a mixture of several sovereign wealth funds located there. 
Abu Dhabi is home to both federal and local government offices. It also houses the United Arab Emirates Government as well as the Supreme Petroleum Council. Abu Dhabi is the home of the President of UAE, who is a member the Al Nahyan family. Abu Dhabi has become a major metropolis thanks to its rapid development and urbanization. It is the nation's centre of industry and politics, as well as a major cultural and commerce center. Abu Dhabi is responsible for approximately two-thirds the UAE's estimated $400 billion economy.