Residential area in Umm Qarn
The settlement derives its name from local geographical features. Umm Qarn translates to 'mother of flat shaped hill'.
Annually, over 300,000 seedlings are grown in Umm Qarn's nursery. Most of these seedlings are distributed to Qatar's various government ministries. The nursery covers an area of about 20 hectares and has 7 growing areas. A tree nursery in nearby Rawdat Bakheela in Al Khor Municipality was rehabilitated in 2008, and is used by the government for research and tree production.
The follows school(s) are located in Umm Qarn:
|Name of School||Curriculum||Grade||Genders||Ref|
|Az Zaanen Primary and Secondary School||Independent||Primary/Secondary||Female-only|||
|Sumaismah Primary School||Independent||Primary||Male-only|
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