Visit the Qatar national library on 17th July to see high school students from Qatar compete with each other at the ‘quiz mania’!
The “Colours of Desert” art exhibition, which features the works of 51 Doha-based artists, will be open at Gallery 2, Building 19, at Katara – the Cultural Village on 18th July.
This new coastal city is partly the result of Qatar’s desire seeking to diversify the Qatari economy and remove its oil-dependency.
Qatar has confirmed that it has made major legislative reforms in recent years, pointing out to the widespread developments made in the legislative towards strengthening and promoting human rights infrastructure.
According to the proposed model it will have capacity of more than 40,000 seats.
Khalifa International Stadium is also is known as the National Stadium of Qatar. It is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha.
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In 2017, Qatar's GDP was about US$167 billion. But as per the IMF forecast, it will grow at a 7% annual rate, and will also be boosted by spent done on the 2022 World Cup.
There are a wide array of shops, brands, and restaurants in Qatar Duty-Free at airport. This empire of the airport has more than thirty little dining areas and seventy luxury retail stores all under one roof.