Qatar Tour Guide: Murwab Fort

Qatar Tour Guide: Murwab Fort Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

Built during the 9th century AD (3rd century hegira), the fort is some 15km north of Dukhan. It was built during the Abbasid period on the foundations of an older fort around which are five different groups of buildings with a number of houses and two mosques.

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