A video grap shows the lightning strike on Burj Khalifa.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, published breathtaking videos of the weather in Dubai on Saturday on his Instagram stories.
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Sheikh Hamdan’s video shows a sudden burst of lightning which appears to be striking the peak of Burj Khalifa
One of the videos shared show the Burj Khalifa in a timelapse with the clouds, while another one shows his Mercedes parked in the rain
Sheikh Hamdan is an avid nature lover. He often shares his social activities on Instagram.
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