The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) is dedicated to bringing to life the story of Qatar and its people. It actively gives voice to the nation’s rich heritage and culture and demonstrates Qatar's extensive network of ties with other nations and people around the world.
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Doha’s century old trading market, with its mud-daubed buildings, the market harkens to a bygone era while remaining a hub of activity, where commerce and gossip collide. Souq Waqif’s winding alleys offer a tableau of traditional street life.
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Souqs are the traditional market places in Qatar that attract people from around the world for its souvenirs, local delicacies and much more. Walk through the market, Souq Al Wakra defined by its spacious courtyards and alleyways.
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Zekreet Peninsula or the Bir Zekreet is all famous for its unique and unusual land formation. The vast deserted region of the Peninsula is uninhabited while one can discover some small cluster of villages at a great distance.
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There are many different public beaches around Qatar, ideal for families and groups of friends as it offers a wide variety of activities apart from swimming – like camel riding, safari tours and dune bashing. It also is a fantastic spot to watch the sunset!
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Doha's world-class shopping malls are family-friendly destinations. With a comprehensive array of high street and luxury brands from around the world. These include restaurants and cafes, supermarkets, cinemas, arcades, indoor play areas, ski slopes and live entertainment.
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As the largest mosque in Qatar, Imam Abdul Wahhab, also known as the Qatar State Grand Mosque, was inaugurated in 2011. Its simple lines and graceful arches are nonetheless eye-catching, and characteristic of Islamic architectural tradition.
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Katara is Doha’s go-to destination for art, culture and cuisine, offering a potent mix of tradition and modernism.
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The Pearl-Qatar is a destination of choice offering its residents and visitors an integrated leisure experience. On this fascinating Island, luxury living blends with lively shopping and entertainment, and scenic backdrops are complemented by a thriving community lifestyle, making The Pearl-Qatar a true living wonder...
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Qatar's next popular destination for tourists and residents alike. The megaproject by Qatari Diar is set to become one of the largest smart cities in the world.
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Msheireb is the world’s first sustainable downtown regeneration project, that will revive the old commercial district with a new architectural language that is modern, yet inspired by traditional Qatari heritage and architecture.
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The Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) houses one of the most comprehensive collections of Islamic art in the world, with masterpieces from every corner of the globe representing the diversity found in Islamic heritage.
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