Qatar – Doha

This is my guest post on Linda’s blog – comments are there too:

Posting about the place I live in is not the same as posting about a place that I visited once or twice. One might have a lot to talk about and a lot of pictures or events to share. One post isn’t enough for sure and more is coming…

Arab Gulf countries have an impressing modern architecture. Though in Qatar, there is a noticeable touch of the old lovely culture and heritage.

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Heritage?! You can spend hours at “Souq Waqif” (the oldest market here)… A lot of fun and traditional stuffs in addition to restaurants and cafes. Yet almost all world food cuisines are available in Qatar, you must try the traditional food “Harees”.

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Having Harees is more fun at the traditional food court in Souq Waqif – traditional food in traditional way.

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Of course, the main wonderful place is Doha Corniche:

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Please visit my Gallery for more pictures about Qatar.

To be continued