Qatar To Launch 2022 FIFA World Cup Emblem Today in Qatar and 23 Countries

with courtesty of ILoveQatar
Doha, 03 Sept. 2019
It is leaned that today Tuesday 3rd of September 2019, Qatar Time 0822 PM, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) responsible for organising 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, has set a date for the launch of first World Cup’s logo in Qatar and 23 countries around the world.
The event will take place through an international digital campaign displaying the logo on the prominent landmarks in Qatar and displaying simultaneously on giant screens in 23 world capital.
2022 FIFA World Cup logo will be revealed by displaying it in Capital Doha on facades of buildings and landmarks including Katara, Souq Waqif, Hotel Sheraton, Torch Hotel.
In Middle East, the logo will be displayed on Kuwait Towers (Kuwait, Opera House (Muscat), Raouche Rock (Beirut), Royal Hotel (Amman), Opera House (Algeria), Hammamet (Tunisia), Corniche Rabat (Rabat), Baghdad Tower, Tahrir Square (Iraq).
Llogo of the World Cup will be displayed on giant screens in a number of Capital Cities around the world including Times Square (New York, USA), General Pazy 15 de Augusto, Bowens Iris (Argentina), Metro Dominican Sea Station, So Paulo ( Brazil), A Kennedy, Padre Hortado, Santiago (Chille), and Principe Street, Mexico City (Mexico).
In European countries, It will be screened in Westfield Stratford City, Four Dials (London), Gare du Nord, Paris France), Berlin Train Station Germany), Sempione, Acropolis and Madrid de Espana (Italy) and Novy Arbat 2, Moscow (Russia).
The World Cup logo will be displayed on giant screens in Yildiz, Zuharat Baba, Bachisir Kism, Tasdelin, Mimar Sinan, Kafirga, Harbay, Markaz (Turkey), Levazim (Barbados), Babulnath, Mumbai (India), South Korea,  (Alice Street, Sandton, Johannesburg (South Africa).
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