Qatar Travel Guide

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Palm Tree Island
Khor Al Udaid
Madinat Al Shamal
Al Ruwais
Al Zubara
Dukhan
Marroub Fort

Al Ghuwair Castle
Al Zubarah
Al Rakiyat Fort
Barzan Tower
Umm Salal Mohammed Fort
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Shrao Island
Haloul Island
Al Saflia Island
Alia Island

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Qatar Tourism - Al Rakiyat Fort

Qatar is country in the map where historical remnants and cultural heritage linked with the past are more. Rich in oil deposit, Qatar has many historical architectural wonders including citadels and forts. These reflect the vivid remembrances of the past with the Arabian tradition and history. Al Rakiyat Fort is one of the main attractions of historical architectures in Qatar.

Other forts and castles that draw similar attractions of the tourists include Al-Thughb Fort, Barzan Tower, Al-Zubarah fort, Marroub Fort, Al-Ghuwair Castle, Umm Salal Mohammed Fort, Al-Jassasiya and Al-Wajbah Fort. As with many other forts in Qatar, Fort Al Rakiyat has the similar structure. The Al Rakiyat Fort was built in time of the 17th and 19th Centuries. Al Rakiyat Fort is rectangular in shape with four towers in the corners. This historical fort is located at 110km from Doha. It is constructed with mud and stone. The restoration process started in 1988 and now it is open for public.

Qatar is full of archaeological and historical attractions offering a stretched look of the starting of the Arabian and Bedouin history. More than 200 sites have been found after several archaeological activities. Those activities were responsible for discovering many historical remnants. These structures date back to various ancient eras. The places include Umm-Tagah, south east of Dukhan, Sawda Nathil in the far south and Umm-Bab in the east. Middle Stone Age structures have been found in those places. Eastern Messaieed is another place of such findings.


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Qatar Tourism
Qatar Tourism: Palm Tree Island - Khor Al Udaid - Madinat Al Shamal - Al Ruwais - Al Zubara - Dukhan - Marroub Fort
Al Ghuwair Castle - Al Zubarah - Al Rakiyat Fort - Barzan Tower - Umm Salal Mohammed Fort - Al Wajbah Fort
Al Jassasiya - Ishat Island - Shrao Island - Haloul Island - Al Saflia Island - Alia Island

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