Download free printable map of Qatar. Qatar is a country in the Middle East that borders Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf. The capital city of Qatar is Doha, which has a population of over 1 million people. The country also has several mountains and deserts that make up most of its land area.
Qatar is one of the Arab emirates on the Persian Gulf. The country is divided into 10 municipalities, including Doha, Al Rayyan, Umm Salal Mohammed and Al Khor.
Qatar's capital city is Doha (city) with a population of 1 million people in 2020. Other cities include Al Rayyan (population: 551k), Umm Salal Mohammed (population: 292k), Al Khor (population: 198k).
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Qatar is a sovereign Arab state located in Southwest Asia, occupying the small Qatar Peninsula on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. The country has a coastline and borders Saudi Arabia to the south and southwest, Oman to the east and United Arab Emirates to its west. Its sole land border is with Saudi Arabia at Khawr al Udayd. A strait separates Qatar from Bahrain.
The name "Qatar" derives from Al Qa?irah (Arabic: ?????), which means "the island", as it was historically known by its inhabitants and nearby areas. In 2017, Qatar's total population was 2,632,742 (1.7 million Qatari citizens) with an average annual growth rate of 1.5%. As of 2017, fertility rate was 4 children per women. According to UN estimates released in 2018, 23% of Qatar's population were migrants —in particular low-skilled migrant workers who make up approximately 90% of Qatar's workforce.
The official language is Arabic. English has become increasingly common as well as important in business circles; many residents are native speakers or proficient enough in both languages
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