Qatar Peninsula


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Noun1.Qatar Peninsula - a peninsula extending northward from the Arabian mainland into the Persian Gulf
Arabia, Arabian Peninsula - a peninsula between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf; strategically important for its oil resources
Katar, Qatar, State of Katar, State of Qatar - an Arab country on the peninsula of Qatar; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1971; the economy is dominated by oil
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The prime minister visited the various exhibition halls, including the one for the geological development of the Qatar Peninsula, its natural surroundings, the archaeological sites and monuments, the life of the people of Qatar on land and coasts, and the digital exhibition.
The helicopters will provide a long-term defensive and offensive capability to the Qatar peninsula as well as enhance the protection of key oil and gas infrastructure and platforms.
The DSCA said in a statement on Thursday that the helicopters would be used for "close air support, armed reconnaissance, and anti-tank warfare missions" and would also "provide a long-term defensive and offensive capability to the Qatar peninsula".
The museum's gallery path, which includes eleven galleries take, visitors from the formation of the Qatar peninsula to the nation's diverse present.
He pointed out the establishment of the state of Al Khalifa in Zubarah and their leadership of the Qatar Peninsula since 1762, noting the allegiance of the tribes of the peninsula to Al Khalifa.
He talked about the establishment of the state of Al Khalifa in Al Zubarah and their leadership of the Qatar Peninsula since 1762, noting the allegiance of the tribes of the peninsula to Al Khalifa.
The official said the archaeology department pays special attention to underwater antiquities, which are excavated under Qatari waters to learn about the history of the Qatar peninsula, the human's relation with water and the nature of water.
Human habitation of the Qatar Peninsula dates far back to nearly four thousand years BC, according to archaeological evidences, excavations, inscriptions and scarce potteries found in various areas of the country.
The name of Al Thani is derived from that of the family's ancestor, Thani Bin Mohammad, father of Mohammad Bin Thani, who was the first shaikh to rule over the Qatar peninsula during the mid 19th century.
As we embark on a new wave of strategic expansion, we seized the opportunity to redefine the brand and set the scene for future growth of not only our rapidly expanding portfolio, but of Qatar's reputation as a key player in the global tourism market." While the inspiration for the name dates back to 150 AD with the word 'Catara' being used by the Ancient Greeks to refer to the area known as the Qatar Peninsula, the focus is very much on the future both internationally and domestically.
It was originally used by the ancient Greeks to refer to what is now known as the Qatar Peninsula. European cartographers began using the spelling OKataraO on historical maps in the first half of the 18th century.

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