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While driving from Doha you have to drive through dokkhan road and you can find zekreet with the help of Google map. From zekreet there is no sign boards towards film city. There are two or three routes. Here are some helpful screen shots of...More
The fort is a movie set built as a shooting location for 'Ayal Al Theeb' (Sons of The Wolf), a Qatari soap opera that first aired in 2000. It is a little tricky to get thre but worth the trip. You pass dramatically wud-carved mesas...More
Stumbled across this place on my way to zekreet beach. Make sure you have a decent car to get over the terrain, a little bumpy at times. Not a lot to do there, few photo opportunities - managed to get a picture of an oryx....More
you can visit it between Nov and Feb, I mean when the weather is nice. You can walk in an open area with Oryx, ostriches, camels, butterflies and green space. you can see ostrich eggs everywhere. Decently you will love it.
The road is very bumpy to reach there , but once u reach it is like a dramatic place that worth the visit for one time , no one knows for sure when and why exactly it was constructed and which film they were shooting...More
The 'city' was built as a shooting location for 'Ayal Al Theeb' (Sons of The Wolf), a Qatari soap opera that first aired in 2000.
Its since been maintained to retain its rustic charm and been opened for free for visitors. The drive out there...More
Film City, eroded sand hills and East West sculptures worth fighting through west Doha to get to. Drive to just before Durban is dull but rough track to Film City pleasant. Half a day unless you also want to go to the coast which is...More
Must visit this place if you are into photography!
The landscape it just beautiful and there's not much you have to do, just clic your camera bottom and the picture will look amazing.
You need a land cruiser to enter this place as there's lots...More