Qatar Tour Guide: Al-Khor

Qatar Tour Guide: Al-Khor Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

About 57km north of Doha on the east coast, Al-Khor is famous for its harbour filled with small craft and fishing boats. It has excellent beaches, an historic tower and interesting mosques.

In addition, there is a regional museum housing articles of historic interest from the Al-Khor area of Qatar.

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