After spreading great joy and cheer among thousands of visitors, Katara - the Culture Village concluded its four-day Eid al-Adha festivity programme on Monday.
Whether they visited Katara or participated through its social media platforms the celebrations, the visitors enjoyed the celebrations. Among the highlights were distribution of gifts to children at a drive-through point in Katara.
The festivities placed high importance on maintaining the precautionary and preventive measures meant to curb any potential spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) infection.
Salim Mabkhot al-Marri, director of Public Relations and Communications Department, stressed Katara maintained the safety of all during the special occasion and abiding by the related regulations.
"Katara has been keen to offer the public varied events and programmes to give them joy and happiness and entertain them during the holidays," he said.
The official explained that Katara has also launched a 50m long mural at its southern façade with the participation of 12 formative Qatari artists under the title 'Katara thanks the medical teams in Qatar', in appreciation for their efforts and services for protecting the health and safety of the society.
Throughout the four days, Katara has entertained the participating public with a good number of activities and events designed to give joy and fun for all family members.
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