March 24, 2023


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Qatar was just a desert.  Image comparison is impressive [GALERIA]

Qatar was just a desert. Image comparison is impressive [GALERIA]

Qatar has a very dry climate, the whole country is desert, it is surrounded on three sides by the Persian Gulf, and it is bordered only on the south by Saudi Arabia. From 1871 to 1916 Qatar was part of the Ottoman Empire, and from 1916 to 1971 it was under a British protectorate. It was also at this time that independence was declared, and huge reserves of natural gas and oil were discovered on its territory.

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In many ways, a country that only a few decades ago looked like a fishing village, its inhabitants fished for pearls. This is how the owner of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, beganwho, thanks to the Qatari petrodollars, is today one of the most powerful men in world football.

in Qatar, which has an area of ​​just over 11,000 square feet. square kilometers, 2.8 million people live, of whom only about 300 thousand live in it who can enjoy Qatari citizenship. Obtaining a passport from this country is very difficult, even if the mother is Qatari. Qataris are the most privileged social group.

The cultural and commercial center is Doha, where more than half of the population of Qatar lives. In the West Bay Skyline, we will find many skyscrapers, and here most of the companies that are run in Qatar are concentrated. Over the past ten years or so, many new skyscrapers have been built here.

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Qatar today attracts tourists primarily with its magnificence – magnificent architecture, luxury hotels, shopping centers and resorts. The Qatari territory includes several islands, including Halul, Shuruh and Al-Ashat, which also attract visitors. Pictures show how much money has changed this country.