Stamps of Qatar

The 15th Asian Games, officially known as the XV Asiad, is Asia’s Olympic-style sporting event that was held in Doha, Qatar from December 1 to December 15, 2006. Doha was the first city in its region and only the second in West Asia (following Tehran in 1974) to host the games. There were 46 disciplines from 39 events scheduled to be contested.

It was the first time that all 45 member nations of the Olympic Council of Asia took part in this event. Also, Eurosport broadcast the event, marking the first time that the European continent could watch this Asian sporting event.

The Games were marred by the death of South Korean equestrian rider Kim Hyung-chil in a fatal accident during competition.

The 2002 FIFA World Cup was the 17th staging of the FIFA World Cup, held in South Korea and Japan from 31 May to 30 June. The two countries were chosen as hosts by FIFA in May 1996; it was the first World Cup to be hosted by two countries. It was also the first World Cup held in Asia, and the last in which the golden goal rule was implemented. Brazil won the tournament for a record fifth time, beating Germany 2–0 in the final. Turkey beat Korea Republic 3–2 in the third place match.

This are stamps of Museum Islamic Art in Doha Qatar – That palce is so amazing and so popular in Doha, I like to go Inside of that museum … and never bored to go there. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei, the 376,740-square-foot Museum of Islamic Art in Doha Bay houses a collection of international masterpieces in galleries encircling a soaring, five-storey-high domed atrium. The Museum, an architectural icon 60m (195ft) off Doha’s Corniche, rises from the sea and is connected to shore by two pedestrian bridges and a vehicular bridge. A C-shaped peninsula and park area on the shoreline behind the Museum offer shelter and a picturesque backdrop.

This is stamp of Museum Islamic Art in Doha Qatar – That palce is so amazing and so popular in Doha, I like to go Inside of that museum … and never bored to go there. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei, the 376,740-square-foot Museum of Islamic Art in Doha Bay houses a collection of international masterpieces in galleries encircling a soaring, five-storey-high domed atrium. The Museum, an architectural icon 60m (195ft) off Doha’s Corniche, rises from the sea and is connected to shore by two pedestrian bridges and a vehicular bridge. A C-shaped peninsula and park area on the shoreline behind the Museum offer shelter and a picturesque backdrop.

ISABELLIN ……. This stamps is one of stamps from Doha that I love it. The name of  issue this stamps is Qatar Bird and date of Issue is on December 18 th, 2009  – I like the colour and the picture of the bird mmmmmm fantastic. And the number of stamps are 6 (six) – each stamps the prise of stamp are 50 Dirhams iyal and total all are 8 pcs so it’s mean all are 4 Riyals and the disigned this stamps is Khalid Fikri.

CHIFFCHAF ……. This stamps is one of stamps from Doha that I love it. The name of  issue this stamps is Qatar Bird and date of Issue is on December 18 th, 2009  – I like the colour and the picture of the bird mmmmmm fantastic. And the number of stamps are 6 (six) – each stamps the prise of stamp are 50 Dirhams iyal and total all are 8 pcs so it’s mean all are 4 Riyals and the disigned this stamps is Khalid Fikri.

This stamps are describ about traditional parfum in Doha – Qatar  …… An exotic middle eastern note, most commonly called AGARWOOD, (Oud is the name in arabic) has been explored by many niche brands. The oil extracted from the trees are very important to Islamic and Buddhist religions and it was an important component to create incense used by Japanese traditional ceremonies. The raw material is obtained when the wood of the tree is infected by parasite fungi or mold.

WOODCHAT SHRIKE  ….. This stamps is one of stamps from Doha that I love it. The name of  issue this stamps is Qatar Bird and date of Issue is on December 18 th, 2009  – I like the colour and the picture of the bird mmmmmm fantastic. And the number of stamps are 6 (six) – each stamps the prise of stamp are 50 Dirhams iyal and total all are 8 pcs so it’s mean all are 4 Riyals and the disigned this stamps is Khalid Fikri.

4 thoughts on “Stamps of Qatar

  1. i enjoyed watching all about philatelics, buildings, art, royalty, it is a nice world… i liked much those views in the postcards… indeed i like it much…

  2. Thanks David ….. I love Philately and Postcard too much, we can swap stamps if you want ….. and many Thanks for your comment on my blog🙂

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