North of Fujairah city, the mud-brick Al-Bidyah Mosque is the oldest in the United Arab Emirates and was named after the town that once surrounded it.
The engineering features are a major accomplishment for the period of construction.
And for many centuries it was the only stone building along the Fujairah coast.
The fort has three major sections, several halls, one square tower and two round towers.
In recent years it has been fully restored to its former glory.
The area surrounding the fort is now part of a Heritage Village set up by Fujairah's Department of Archaeology and Heritage.
In Fujairah, bull butting takes place every Friday and is a popular family event.
The day begins with 20 bulls battling each other, and numbers slowly dwindle as winners move on to the next round.
Built approximately 250 years ago it has played an important role in the area's defence, used as a base for surveillance and patrolling.
Bull butting was introduced to the United Arab Emirates by colonisers from Portugal.
Fujairah is a modern, industrious city that is the main settlement of the east coast.
The emirate is separated from the rest of the United Arab Emirates by the jagged line of the Hajar Mountains.
The mineral springs here produce warm sulphuric water that is pumped into two swimming pools.