___ Map of Qatar
Map is showing Qatar in the Persian Gulf. The Qatari peninsula is approximately 185 km (115 mi) long and 85 km (53 mi) in width, it is covering an area of about 11,570 sq km (4468 sq mi), the country includes a number of islands, reefs and shoals in the coastal waters of the peninsula.
Qatar's Primary Administrative Divisions
Qatar is divided into seven baladiyat (sing: baladiyah; municipalities). These municipalities are:
Madinat Al Shamal, Al Khor, Al Daayen, Umm Slal, Al Rayyan, Doha, and Al Wakra.
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The Arabian Peninsula, the world's largest peninsula, is situated in Southwest Asia with the Red Sea in south west, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman in west and the Arabian Sea in south east.
By political definition the countries situated on the peninsula are: the island nation of Bahrain, Qatar, situated on a peninsula itself, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in east, Oman in southeast, and Yemen in south, Saudi Arabia in the center, Israel and the Palestinian territories on the northwest coast along the Mediterranean Sea. In the northern part of the peninsula is the Syrian Desert, which also includes northeastern Jordan, southeastern Syria, and western Iraq.
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