At the Khalifa International Stadium, The 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum opens as part of the Aspire Zone Foundation, which will certainly be of interest to all fans of healthy lifestyle, fans and professional athletes. Opened its exposition on the area of 19 thousand square. m. it claims the title of one of the most modern museums in the world dedicated to sports.

Six galleries represent the impressive history of sports and the Olympic movement, from antiquity to the present day. The space is divided into geographic and thematic sectors, focusing on different historical periods of sports development in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East. Inside the galleries there are graphic, audio-visual and interactive exhibits, historical artefacts. In addition, digital platforms have been created to highlight the value and positive role of sport, its origins, development and culture in Qatar and around the world. The museum’s collection includes 120-year Olympic medals and official posters for the 1912 Olympic Games.

The museum will also open a souvenir shop, sports cafe and restaurant Naua, the concept and cuisine of which is responsible for the owner of the Michelin star, one of the most famous chefs of London Tom Aikens. The name of the restaurant (from the Arabic word meaning «core of seed») refers to awareness and healthy nutrition. The menu includes gourmet chef dishes made with high-quality seasonal products.

The restaurant and museum will open on March 31, 2022.

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