Emir of Qatar
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani
Magical Qatar: The Allure in the Gulf
Did you know that after Qatar is done hosting the world cup in 2022 it will actually dismantle some of the ultramodern stadia, send them to developing countries and build 22 new stadia?
Welcome to magical Qatar!
Three years from now, Qatar will make history. It will host millions from across the world to the biggest sporting event in the world. Expectedly, preparation for the mundial is at fever pitch with massive infrastructure upgrade especially state-of-the-art, zero-climate emitting and climate-controlled stadia; the first of its kind on planet earth. These breathtaking stadia will include nine new and three renovated ones with the 12 venues divided among seven host cities.
“It is no wonder notable global brands are serving the world from their regional offices in Doha.“
As you already know, FIFA had to reschedule the month-long event in order to avoid summertime temperatures of up to 40 degrees celsius. It will run through November 21 till the 18th of December, 2022 (which is Qatar’s National Day). Enough of football. Qatar, which is rooted in ancient cultures amid contemporary living is simply a beauty to behold.
Please enter your email address in the field below to get the latest edition of Nestoil News