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Jul 4, 2023

[Answer] Where is this fort located?

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Al Zubara Fort, sometimes referred to as Zubarah or Az Zubarah, is an ancient and ruined fortification which is located in the western part of the Al Shamal Municipality, within the northern part of the State of Qatar.

Originally constructed by Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al Thani in 1938, the fortification follows the traditional construction concept with a square ground plan with sloping walls and corner towers, where three of the towers are round, while the fourth one is rectangular.

At the top of the towers there all have the curved-pointed crenellations, basically indentations in the wall at intervals so that the soldiers would be able to defend the fortress, while the fourth one additionally has machicolation, which is a floor opening through which stones or other material, such as boiling water, hot sand, quicklime, or boiling cooking oil, could be dropped on attackers at the base of a defensive wall.

Due to the longstanding importance the fort and the ancient town played in history, Zubarah has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 2013, which made it even more popular among tourists.

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