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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Doha (الدوحة,), Qatar

 
Doha skyline
Doha's hypermodernistic skyline in contrast to the Dhow, a traditional sailing vessel.
Image: Francisco Anzola
 

About Doha

Satellite view is showing Doha, largest city, principal seaport, economical center and the capital of Qatar, the peninsular Arab country in the Persian Gulf. The city is located in central east of the country at the coast.

Doha has a city population of about 400,000 inhabitants, and 613,000, more than 80% of Qatar's population lives within Doha's metropolitan area.

Official language is Arabic.

The map shows a city map of Doha with expressways, main roads and streets, and the location of Hamad International Airport (IATA code: DOH), southeast of the city center.

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Pearl Lagoon, Doha, Qatar
The Pearl is an artificial island offshore of Doha’s West Bay Lagoon area. "The Pearl" because the island is built near Qatar's previous major pearl diving site. - Image: AGImOmOTO 255

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Local Time Doha:
Saturday-September-5  04:10  
UTC/GMT +3 hours
Google Earth: Searchable Map and Satellite view of Doha, Qatar.
City Coordinates: 25°17′12″N 51°32′0″E
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Wikipedia: Doha
 
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