Visit Qatar for the 24th Men’s Handball World Championship

Qatar is sovereign Arab State located on a Qatar Peninsula on the northeastern coast of Arab Peninsula. Qatar, like other Arab countries is filled with deserts and bordering sea. The country is the richest in the world per capita.

This country like UAE started building cities in the middle of desert and these cities are something incredible. Like Dubai, Doha is another city filled with everything you need. Amazing architectures, artificial green fields, nightlife, everything you can think of.

Because of the fortune this country has, in 2015 it is the hosting country for 24th Men’s Handball World Championship. Prior to 2022 FIFA World Cup that will also be held in Qatar, this is a real test to see if this country can deal with all the pressures. This year the handball championship will be held in two cities in three arenas. The first city is Lusail and this is not even a city yet. It has been started to be build for the 2022 FIFA championship. It is just 23 km away from the center of Doha. The second city is Doha and there are 2 arenas in which the matches will be played.

Lusail, Qatar

Lusail is the newest planned city in Qatar to be built. On just 23 km away from Doha, this will be another center of happenings in Qatar.

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Doha, Qatar

Doha is the capital city of Qatar. It is located on the coast of the Persian Gulf. Doha was founded by the name Al-Bidda in 1825. The name “Doha” came from the Arabic Ad-Dawḥa, “the big tree.”

New Doha Skyline

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Doha New Towers Coolscan

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Qatar Museum of Islamic Art

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Pearl & Oyster Fountain

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Doha downtown area from Katara beach

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Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena, Qatar

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