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Al Khor

Is a small town situated halfway between Doha and Mesaieed. It is the center for a booming commercial fishing industry and has an old fishing port, which is still in use to date. The town is famous for its fine mosques and many houses reflecting the old Islamic architecture style. There is also a museum displaying among other things traditional Arabic style doors.

Al Wakrah (Arabic: الوكرة‎) is a city and municipality of Qatar. Al Wakrah's eastern edge is the shores of the Persian Gulf. On land, it borders the following municipalities:

Construction of new hospital in Al Wakrah
Ad Dawhah - north
Ar Rayyan - northwest
Jariyan al Batnah - west and south
Mesaieed - southeast
The area marked red in the map includes both Al Wakrah and Mesaieed; the latter municipality includes almost all of the seacoast.

The city of Al Wakra, Qatar was Founded by Al Khater family[1], and that by the Islamic Group Ali Bin Nasser Al Nasser Al Buainin which Malbut he led his tribe in a mass exodus from Al Wakra to Abu Dhabi in 1254 AH / 1838, of this city is abandoned entirely until they return to it in 1258 AH / in 1842 from the island of Kish .. Still lives in Al Wakra a lot of tribal members. Al Wakra today: the issuance of the plan urban development of the city of Al Wakra in the year in 2008 where he withstood a plan architectural vision for the development of the city of Al Wakra during the last thirty years the next most prominent features of this plan is to develop a beach in Al Wakra and the development of the city center and expand to the south of the city and increase the buildings to become Wakra able to accommodate more 600 thousand people in the future as well as a sports city in Al Wakra.

Cities in Qatar

Al Doha is the main city of the country and is the capital as well. Other cities Include.

Ad Doha
Al Ghuwariyah
Al Jumaliyah (Al Jumayliyah)[17]
Al Khawr
Al Wakrah
Ar Rayyan
Jariyan al Batnah
Ash Shamal
Umm Salal


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