Material: 90% Modal and 10% Cashmere blend with eyelash fringes.
Size: 42″ x 72″
Color: Beige/Black Brown.
The sandy desert color limestone that has shaped The Museum of Islamic Art, built by IM Pei, was Azin’s inspiration for the beige and black Doha scarf. Its insides lined with the gems of an ancient and storied culture of the Islamic world, makes the museum a must visit destination.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of DOHA and……
SMELL: Oud – agarwood burned and used in perfumes
SHOP: At the traditional Souq Waqif market for local and regional craftwork, dates, spices and honey
VISIT: The Museum of Islamic Art with its magnificent geometric architecture that blends Islamic and modern styles
TASTE: Qatar’s most important traditional dish, machbous: a stew of richly spiced rice topped with chicken, lamb or fish
APPRECIATE: contemporary Arab art at The Mathaf museum
LISTEN: To Qatari folk music at Gulf Folklore Center or the Qatar Philharmonic at Katara The Corniche
DRINK: Qahwa, the lightly roasted Arabian coffee spiced with cardamom and served with dates
STAY: At the Arumaila Hotel and enjoy the roof top terrace with views of the city
READ: Qatar: Sand Sea and Sky to get an overview of the country and its journey into modernity through stunning photographs
WATCH: The traditional Ardah dance by men waving swords to an array of percussion instruments
TAKE: A cruise on a traditional boat known as a dhow along the Corniche and view the breathtaking skyline