Dr Federico Alberto Cuello Camilo and Mrs Natalia Federighi de Cuello
We are delighted to have found the towering architecture, the sprawling infrastructure, the visionary diversification efforts and, most remarkably, the enduring commitment to culture, knowledge and tradition, best embodied in the new gem adorning our firmament – the Qatar National Museum.
At the very outset, we felt embraced by its pathbreaking design and by the celebration of life of its panoramic views, as displayed in the most innovative museography we have yet to experience anywhere. The museum embodies the remarkable feature of Qatari society: its dedication to the welfare of children, with interactive displays designed for their enjoyment.
(The third and final part of this series will be carried in tomorrow’s edition.)
— Photo and text by the
Ambassador of the Dominican Republic, Dr Federico Alberto Cuello Camilo and Mrs Natalia Federighi de Cuello
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