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Qat·ta·ra Depression

 (kə-tär′ə)
A desert basin of northwest Egypt in the Libyan Desert. Its lowest point is about 135 m (440 ft) below sea level.

Qattara Depression

(kəˈtɑːrə)
n
(Placename) an arid basin in the Sahara, in NW Egypt, impassable to vehicles. Area: about 18 000 sq km (7000 sq miles). Lowest point: 133 m (435 ft) below sea level
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It will be the first road in West Cairo to connect the ring road with the regional road, and the Qattara lowlands with the Northern Coast.
Abu Dhabi-based diversified group Al Qattara Investments will develop the third phase of Al Ain Square which will be spread over 200,000 square metres, said a senior executive.
Al Qattara Investments has announced the rename of its Hazza Bin Zayed Community development in Abu Dhabi to Al Ain Square.
Al Qattara Investments, the name behind the vibrant mixed-use development in Al Ain, has revealed its new brand identity, the rename of Hazza Bin Zayed Community to Al Ain Square, and furthermore the firm's future plans for the city of Al Ain.
Summary: Al Qattara Investments will develop the third phase of Al Ain Square
MAD Solutionsis sending two films atAl Qattara Cinema Programmein Al Ain, UAE, on Friday, January the 26 th , from 08:00 to 10:00 pm (GMT+4).
Ieoc also has a JV with EGPC to extract oil from the WD in the Meleiha and West Razzaq blocks in the Qattara depression.
In 1988, Shell had a major gas find in the north of the WD between the Qattara Depression and Lake Qarun.
Production sites of sodium chloride in Egypt are in the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, inland lakes, in addition to the Qattara Depression and Siwa Oasis, noting that the latter has billions of tonnes of the compound.
The Comic Craze exhibition recently attracted record numbers of visitors over its seven-week run at Al Qattara Arts Centre in Al Ain.
The city will be stretched over an area of 300,000 feddans in the southeast part of the Qattara Depression, north west of Egypt.
Owned by Abu Dhabi based developer Al Qattara Investments, Aloft Al Ain forms part of the city's 500,000 m 2 , Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium mixed use development which also consists of the 25,000-seater award-winning Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium.