Qatar Steel (formerly QASCO) was formed in 1974 as the first integrated steel plant in the Persian Gulf. Commercial production commenced in 1978 with the company becoming wholly owned by Industries Qatar in 2003.
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89 Articles of interest in Qatar
The Aspire Zone, also known as Doha Sports City, is a 250-hectare (2.5 square kilometers) sporting complex located in Al Waab district of Doha, Qatar. It was established as an international sports destination in 2003 and in the following year an edu…
Qatar National Bank Tower is a supertall skyscraper to be built in Doha, Qatar. The tower is planned to be 510 m (1,673 ft) tall and will have 101 floors. When completed, it will be become the tallest building in Qatar, and one of the tallest buildi…
Khawr al Udayd, (Arabic: خور العديد) also spelled Khor al Adaid, is an inlet of the Persian Gulf in the southeast of Qatar, on the border with Saudi Arabia.
As Sayliyah Army Base (Arabic:قاعدة السيلية العسكرية) is a United States Army base located outside Doha, Qatar. U.S.
Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) is a home for international technology companies in Qatar, and an incubator of start-up technology businesses.
Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) is Northwestern University’s first overseas campus. Founded in partnership with Qatar Foundation in 2008, NU-Q is located in Education City, Al Rayyan, Qatar. NU-Q offers a liberal arts and media education wit…
Suheim Bin Hamad Stadium (Arabic: ملعب سحيم بن حمد), also known as Qatar SC Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar. It is currently used mostly for football matches and home of the football team Qatar Sports Club. The stadium holds 15,0…
Doha International Air Base (Doha IAB), also known as Camp Snoopy, was a United States Military installation located at the Doha International Airport, Doha, Qatar which operated from 1991 to 1993 and 1996 until 2004.
The Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex is a tennis complex in Doha, Qatar. The center is owned and operated by the Qatar Tennis Federation. It is the home venue of the ATP World Tour's Qatar ExxonMobil Open and WTA event Qatar Total Ope…
Qurain Abu al-Bawl (also Gurain al Balbul, Gurain al Bâlbûl, Qurain Abul Bul, Qurayn Aba al Bawl, Qurayn Abā al Bawl, Tuwayyir al Hamir) is the highest point of Qatar, with an altitude of 103 metres (343 ft).
Al Dafna (Arabic: الدفنة) is a seaside district of the Qatari capital Doha located on the Persian Gulf. The district is currently rapidly developing into a central business district, and since the late 1990s dozens of skyscrapers have risen in the d…
During the qualification rounds for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Japan and Iraq played to a 2–2 draw in Doha, Qatar. If Japan had won the match, they would have qualified for the World Cup for the first time. Instead, Japan finished third in their group…
Umm Bab is the capital city of the municipality of Jariyan al Batnah in Qatar.
Park House English School is private international English school in Doha, Qatar.
Hamad Aquatic Centre is a large swimming pool complex in Doha, Qatar.
Fanar, Qatar Islamic Culture Center & Mosque (commonly known as Fanar) is a mosque in Doha, the capital of Qatar. It is located close to the corniche road and is a prominent landmark in Doha Bay. Its main features including its unique minaret design…
Umm Salal Muhammad, or sometimes Umm Salal Muhammed, is the capital city of the municipality of Umm Salal in Qatar.
Madinat Khalifa is a north-western neighborhood of Doha, Qatar. The district was constructed in the 1970s by the Emir of Qatar at the time, Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani.
Bin Mahmoud is a neighborhood of Doha, Qatar.
The Al-Khor Stadium (Arabic: ملعب نادي الخور) is a multi-purpose stadium in the coastal town of Al Khor, Qatar, that is home to Al-Khor Sports Club.
The Doha Golf Club in Doha, Qatar, is an 18-hole, 7,374-yard, par 72 championship course that was designed by Peter Harradine. The Doha Golf Club is also one of the first grass golf course ever built in the Middle East.
The Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS), located in Doha, Qatar, is a center for international and regional affairs. The Center is a part of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar (SFS-Qatar).
Ar Ru'ays is the capital city of the municipality of Madinat ash Shamal in Qatar.
Wakra (Arabic: "الوكرة" Al Wakra), is a city in the Southern Province, Qatar on the Persian Gulf coast of Qatar.
Onaiza is a north-eastern district of Doha, Qatar. It is located between Al Dafna, Qatar's emerging central business district, and Lusail, a development north of Doha which is set to hold 200,000 residents in the near future.
Fuwayrit is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ash Shamal.
Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium, also known as Al Ahli SC Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar. It is currently used mostly for football matches. It is the home ground of Al Ahli SC (Doha).
Al Mamoura is a neighborhood of Doha, Qatar.
Al Fardan Residences, also known as the Barjeel Tower and the Wind Tower, is a 64 storey residential skyscraper in West Bay, Doha, Qatar. At 254 metres (830 feet), it is the tallest completed building in Doha. Each of the storeys is 4.1 metres (13.5…
Umm al Kilab is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ash Shamal.
As Salatah al Jadidah is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ad Dawhah.
Al `Arish is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ash Shamal.
Rawdat al `Ajuz is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Umm Salal.
As Sawq is a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Ad Dawhah.