Qatar

 
 
 
 

Madinat ash Shamal

Is a municipality in the state of Qatar. Its capital is called Madinat ash-Shamal and it is considered to be one of the major cities in Qatar.[2] The name means "City of the north" - although the population is barely over 5,000. Ash Shamal will be home to the proposed 45,330-seat Al-Shamal Stadium, Read More

 
 

Al Khor

Is a coastal city in northern Qatar, located 50 kilometers north of the capital, Doha. The name of the city means creek in Persian as the town is located on a creek. Al Khor is home to many employees of the oil industry due to its proximity to Qatar's northern oil and natural gas fields, and due to Read More

 
 

Umm Salal

Is amunicipality in the The State ofQatar. It contains several historic places, such as Barzan Tower. The municipal headquarters Umm Salal is located inland, about 10 km from the coast and 15 km north of Doha, the Qatari capital. Umm Salal's eastern edge is the shores of the Persian GulfRead More

 
 

Al Daayen

Al-Daayen Municipality serves a big number of cities and villages within its administrative limits, among which are: Al-Abib, al-Ab, Jeryan Jenayhat, al-Khaysa, Rawdat al-Hamama, Wadi al-Wasaa, al-Sakhama, al-Masrouhiya, Wadi Lucil, Umm Qarn, al-Daayen, Smaismah, al-Jeryan, Tanbak, Rahiya, al-Ghaf, Read More

 
 

Al Rayyan

Is the largest municipality in the state of Qatar. Al Rayyan means 'the source of irrigation' and as per Islam it also means 'a door in heaven' or 'one of the Gates of Paradise' .Read More

 
 

Doha

 The city of Doha was founded under the name Al-Bidda. The name "Doha" came from the Arabic Ad-Dawḥa, "the big tree." The reference might be to a prominent tree that stood at the site where the original fishing village arose, on the eastern coast of the Qatar peninsula. Or it might have been Read More

 
 

Al Wakrah

Is a city and municipality of Qatar located halfway between Ad Dawhah and Mesaieed municipalities. Al Wakrah's eastern edge is the shores of the Persian Gulf. Ruled by the Al Khater family and the Al-Buainain tribe, it was originally a tiny fishing and pearling village. Now it has evolved into a smaRead More