Qatar Geography, Population and Economy

Qatar Geography

Geography Relief The relief is not very rugged. The center-east of the country is occupied by a limestone plateau, while the west coast has several hills of about 40 m of altitude. The northeast is a region of cliffs. The south is very dry and is dominated by dunes and shifting sands. In general, the soil is stony, with dune deserts and arid plains. Of the many coral islands that belong to Qatar, the…

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West Asia

West Asia

West Asia (also called Southwest Asia) is the westernmost part of Asia. The term is used only to a limited extent, as the area overlaps with the Middle East with the main difference that Egypt is not included in West Asia. According to Countryaah.com, the region of West Asia includes the following nations: ARMENIA AZERBAIJAN BAHRAIN CYPRUS UNITED ARAB EMIRATES GEORGIA IRAK ISRAEL JORDAN KUWAIT LIBANON OMAN PALESTINE QATAR SAUDI…

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Qatar Culture and Tradition

Qatar Culture

Modern and traditional The medical care of the Qataris is good, the locals usually earn well, the school system is well developed and the residents don’t even have to pay anything for water or electricity. The emir of the country takes care of all of this and it is in his interest that the residents are well. Because only in this way can he prevent people from demanding more freedom…

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Qatar Sightseeing Places

Qatar Landmarks

Qatar climate For half a year, the climate in the plains of Qatar is relatively uncomfortable: in summer (May to September) the maximum temperatures generally average 35 ° C, but it is not uncommon for the mercury to rise to 50 ° C. At this time of year, the humidity in the nearby Persian Gulf is 90%, frequent sandstorms complete the picture. During the winter months (December – February) there…

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