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Qidfa is located in United Arab Emirates
Coordinates: 25°18′0″N 56°21′30″E / 25.30000°N 56.35833°E / 25.30000; 56.35833Coordinates: 25°18′0″N 56°21′30″E / 25.30000°N 56.35833°E / 25.30000; 56.35833
Country United Arab Emirates
Emirate Fujairah
Elevation 8 m (29 ft)

Qidfa is a settlement and oasis in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is the site of the Fujairah power and desalination plant, the largest in the UAE.[1]

Qidfa Oasis is the location of a Wadi Suq period (2,000 to 1,300 BCE) burial, a distinctive horse-shoe shaped tomb which is displayed at the Fujairah National Museum. The find at Qidfa was unusual in that the site yielded hundreds of weapons and vessels, including longswords, bows and arrows.[2]


  1. ^ Bitar, Zaher. "$2.8b Qidfa desalination, power plant set to be largest in country". Gulf news. l Nisr Publishing. Retrieved 12 July 2012.
  2. ^ United Arab Emirates : a new perspective. Abed, Ibrahim., Hellyer, Peter. London: Trident Press. 2001. p. 46. ISBN 1900724472. OCLC 47140175.
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