How to live a life without the Middle East

The Middle East may be a big place, but there are plenty of places where you can live comfortably without being part of a huge community.

Here are the most affordable places to live in the region.

1.

Assaluyah (Kurdish-majority) Assaluhyya village, Iraq.

This village in the Kurdistan region is home to one of the world’s largest populations of Assyrian Christians, with around 12 million people.

It has been under attack by Islamic State militants for more than a year, and many residents have fled to neighbouring villages in the Sinjar region to escape the violence.

However, this year has been especially brutal, with at least 10,000 Assyrians killed.

2.

Amman, Jordan’s capital.

It’s a city of more than 1 million, and its streets are packed with tourists from around the world.

In Amman you can find restaurants, bars and bars, a mall, a cinema and even a concert hall.

But its biggest draw is its stunning views of the Red Sea, which makes it one of Jordan’s most popular destinations for sightseeing.

The city’s only airport, Amman International Airport, is also popular with visitors from around Europe.

3.

Tel Aviv, Israel’s capital city.

Tel-Aviv is the world capital of the Jewish state, with more than two million Jews living here.

There are also many Jewish-owned shops and restaurants, including one in which you can buy jewellery.

In recent years, Israel has been fighting the war in Gaza, and residents have faced a growing number of attacks from the Palestinians.

However Tel Aviv is also home to the world-famous Tel Aviv Museum and the Israeli Air Force base.

The airport also has a heliport and other amenities.

4.

Athens, Greece’s capital and largest city.

The birthplace of the modern Greek people, Athens is also known for its lively nightlife and many bars and clubs, such as the Bar Nats in the Old Town district, which is home for some of Greece’s best bars.

However there is also a thriving nightlife in the suburbs of the city, including bars, restaurants, music venues and more.

5.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Dubai is a small city in the desert south of the United Arab Emirate, in the United Emirates.

It is known for being home to some of the best beaches in the world, including the one near the International Date Line, the main road linking Dubai with the UAE’s capital, Abu Dhabi.

The UAE has also hosted some of Asia’s biggest sporting events, such the Olympics and the World Cup, which takes place every four years in the capital.

Tourism is booming, with a record-breaking number of visitors expected to visit the UAE by the end of this year.

6.

Vienna, Austria.

Vienna is the capital of Austria and a major European city.

It was once a centre for the Vienna Archdiocese, but the cathedral was destroyed in World War I, and now the city has no church or other visible symbols.

There is also little to do in the city.

However you can still visit the famous Halle Museum and Art Museum.

There also is a nearby railway station and the airport is a major hub for flights.

7.

New York City, United States.

With a population of around 25 million, New York is a global financial capital.

Many of its inhabitants have been living there for generations, and it’s home to many international landmarks, including Trump Tower, which has been described as the “jewel of New York”.

There is a huge diversity of cultures and tastes in the big city, and the city is also the site of some of America’s biggest festivals.

8.

Shanghai, China.

Known as the city of the future, Shanghai is the largest city in China and has become an international financial hub.

Its booming economy has seen a rapid increase in the number of Chinese tourists, who are often lured to the city by the high quality of its nightlife.

Shanghai has also become a popular tourist destination for those who want to spend a day in one of China’s top tourist destinations, Beijing.

9.

Barcelona, Spain.

Barcelona is a city that is renowned for its diversity and vibrant culture.

It boasts a vibrant arts scene and a number of world-class museums.

However it is also famous for its city centre, known as La Rambla, and some of its major attractions include the Gaudi Museum, which houses the remains of the great artist, and one of Spain’s most famous tourist attractions, La Sagrada Familia.

10.

Sydney, Australia.

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and home to over 20 million people, making it the biggest city in Europe.

There has been a massive increase in Chinese tourists in recent years as they have been encouraged by Sydney’s excellent public transport system and easy access to international airports.

11.

New Zealand.

This country is home in part to its largest population of indigenous people in the