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Thousands flock to Darb Al Saai for Qatar National Day celebrations

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Darb Al Saai 2016. All photos by Ray Toh.

Crowds of families have been visiting Darb Al Saai in Al Sadd this week after it opened to the public over the weekend.

The grounds launch each year about 10 days before Qatar National Day (QND), giving residents a chance to learn about the country’s past and heritage.

About 20 local institutions have set up stalls at Darb Al Saai, offering information about public health, road safety and literacy, among other things.

There’s also plenty of things to eat. There are snacks for sale at various stalls around the grounds and at an indoor food court.

Here are the hours for the venue, which is open until Dec. 20:

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Have you checked it out yet? Thoughts?

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