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Qatar is an Arab state on the northeastern shore of the Arabian Peninsula. The peninsula juts northward out into the Persian Gulf from Saudi Arabia, its only neighboring country located to its south. Covering an area of around 4,400 square miles (around 11,437 sq. km.), Kuwait has a population of over 1.8 million people.

While Qatar's geography is characterized by sand-covered plains, there are also sand dunes surrounded by Persian Gulf inlets and vast oil deposits and natural gas fields. Summer is hot and humid, while winter is mild.

While Qatar's population is 20% Qatari Arab and 20% other Arab nationalities, a variety of languages are spoken, the dominant ones being Arabic, English and Malayalam, as well as several languages of India.

Qatar is the world's richest economy by GDP per capita. Before oil was discovered in the 1940s, pearl-fishing played a major role in the Qatari economy, but suffered a decline after the emergence of Japanese pearl-farming during the 1920s and 1930s. Once Qatar gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1971, its oil industry soared, to transform the economy, with economic growth being driven by oil and natural gas, which (despite the government's initiatives to attract investments in other sectors) account for almost 85% of revenues from exports. Qatar is also active in the field of banking and finance, through the Qatar Financial Centre. There is no income tax in Qatar.

Food plays an important role in Qatari culture, with several people not using cutlery when they eat, instead using the right hand (never the left) and possibly bread. Seafood has always been in abundance, making it an often used ingredient in Qatari cuisine, while typical dishes are often based on spicy meat or fish served with rice, the country's staple. A typical dish of Qatar is Matchboush, meat served with spices and rice. Other important foods in the Qatari diet are camel and also dates, which are consumed frequently during Ramadan. A typical dessert of Qatar is Om Ali, which is similar to rice pudding with bread. Alcohol may be consumed legally in Qatar, although there are several restrictions

Qatari music is based on Bedouin culture. A popular genre of Bedouin-influenced music is Khaliji, which is the predominant music heard on radio stations across the country. There are also several traditional dances, including Ardah, a martial arts-style dance performed with drums, tambourines and cymbals. Most Qataris (in modern times) enjoy listening to Khaliji music in the style of the traditional Bedouin music. As part of a plan to turn Qatar into a hub of culture and communications within the Gulf, various plans for new, eye-catching buildings designed by some of the world's leading architects have recently unveiled.

Soccer is Qatar's most popular sport. Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament, becoming the first Middle Eastern country to do so, and is realizing state-of-the art, solar-powered arenas designed to protect athletes and spectators from the country's ferocious summer heat.