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is the dominating feature of the urban development. The suq and fort are easily identified with the Diwan al-Amiri seen with a number of tarmaced roads associated with it as well as the road to Rayyan moving out of the photograph top left. The suq can be seen to stretch back lineally from the jetty in two covered passages with interconnections, the wadi sail passing by to its east. This photograph is likely to have been taken from the roof of the old Political Agency building to the south-east of the Clock Tower roundabout, the angle being indisk man vit kvinna dejtingsajt around 90 anti-clockwise from the image above, and looking just north of west. The central, colour, photograph was taken in March 1972 and looks across to the south entrance gate from the south-east. You can also see on the photograph a number of mirzam designed to throw rain water away from the building, in this case also allowing some of the function of the fatha al murakaba. Government House is just out of picture to the right and, on the left there is a sub-station behind which was the animal market. Here is an aerial photograph displayed to the public on the fencing around the Municipality building, late 2011. I have no idea what the central, reddish, structure was. Here is the only image I have seen of the White fort at Anaiza, a photograph taken by the Royal Air Force and reduced for the purpose of superimposing it on the plan above. This next pair of aerial photographs were taken a couple of months later than those above, in August 1976.
Compare this photograph with this below. The building was situated close to the sea for health reasons, and to the east of the Darwish compound that was located next to the Clock roundabout, itself east of the Diwan al-Amiri. Food and drink, argan, moroccan, iDAM, french. Regrettably I have no knowledge about the building and what its use might have been. There is considerable landfill taking place in order to produce what became the parking area for the Diwan al Amiri, the Clock Tower is completed, though its surrounding colonnade appears not to be, and the Grand mosque is under construction, the tower having been completed. Work is being carried out to the south of the Clock Tower roundabout, The two storey Darwish offices which housed their travel bureau can be seen bottom right of the photograph and Darwishs Qatar Cold Stores can be seen as the single storey development. One or two of the compounds incorporate covered verandahs, but it is surprising to see so many rooms without them.
Originally, however, I understand that it was the office of Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad al-Thani when he was Prime Minister, and prior to his moving to Government House as Ruler. Although the building was developed on a commanding, prominent position, additional fill had to be brought to the site in order to provide a large enough platform for the car park. The Hindu community is almost exclusively Indian, while Buddhists include South, Southeast, and East Asians. Constructed by Sheikh Abdulrahman bin Jassim al-Thani over a hundred years ago, the photograph shows the development on the left with, on the right, the four bays of the iwaan of Sheikh Abdulrahmans masjid. This animation is intended to show two aspects of old development in this part of Qatar. This photograph was taken of it in 1946, immediately after the Second World War. This position located it between the settlements of Doha and al Bida, four hundred metres to the west of Doha, according to the British Admiraltys 1864 Persian Gulf Pilot. Previously I had thought that the fortified wall and corner tower that exists at the south-easternmost part of the Diwan al-Amiri site, adjacent to the Rayyan Road, was this fort, but the first of these two photographs, taken from the side of the Sheikhs mosque. The white building just to the right of the burj of the masjid is the Municipality building. Also included are photographs taken from a publication of the. It is included as although it seems to have been taken from a similar perspective, it was taken in the morning and is a little clearer than the photograph immediately above which was photographed in the afternoon.