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Glimpse the largest multicultural project in Qatar from the earthTV Katara Cultural Village travel web camera. The camera is situated atop the Katara Amphitheatre, which blends classical Greek with Islamic architectural features, and seats 5,000 for world-class events. Katara Cultural Village was designed to promote peace and understanding between diverse cultures. It serves as a world-class showcase for the arts.

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Visitors to Doha's Katara Cultural Village will find a showcase of the world's finest foods, with nearly a dozen restaurants highlighting cuisine ranging from Italian to Armenian. Live performance venues in Katara include a beautiful amphitheatre, an indoor Drama Theatre and a luxurious Opera House that serves as home to the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra. The name Katara honors the name used for Qatar prior to the 18th century. Katara Beach, one of Qatar's most beautiful natural beaches, offers 1.5 kilometers of picturesque fun. The beach features a children's play area and water sports such as parasailing, banana boat rides, and fishing excursions. Instructors offer wakeboarding, windsurfing, sailing, and water skiing lessons. Gondola rides provide an elegant recreational activity. Opening in 2016, an open-air, air-conditioned shopping mall called Katara Plaza will feature restaurants and shops, an Evian Spa, and horse-drawn carriage rides. Using ground-cooling technology, Katara Plaza beocmes the world's first open-air, air conditioned public plaza. Minutes away from Katara, The St. Regis Doha, located in the heart of West Bay, features elegantly appointed guest rooms offering sea views, exclusive restaurants including Gordon Ramsay’s Opal, a 16,000 square meter spa with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and a private beach featuring nine jacuzzi cabanas. Other nearby sites of architectural interest include the Commercial Bank of Qatar ATM and The Kingdom of Aladdin, an amusement park featuring roller coasters, trampolines, carousels, and video games. The earthTV camera also captures stunning views of the Persian Gulf's Doha Bay, sparkling in the sunlight by day and aglow with the lights of Doha by night.