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Formerly an ethnographic museum, this restored traditional house was built in 1935 and offers the best chance to see a badghir (wind...
Built during the Turkish occupation in the 19th century, this fort has been used as a prison and an ethnographic museum. During...
There is nothing to stop a male visitor sitting on a divan on the pavement or pulling up a chair in front of the TV inside this simple...
Located under a Bedouin-style tent, this popular restaurant is a relaxed place to try delicious Arabic fare or a puff of sheesha (water...
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Lonely Planet review
If you're looking for something quirky, the best place to visit is this market in Doha's Najma area. It's a great place to find that teapot from the British administration, minus the spout no doubt, or the date palm saw that you always wanted. The souq comes alive on Friday, when sales are conducted briskly from the back of trucks.