|• Total||2.0 km2 (0.8 sq mi)|
|Elevation||23 m (75 ft)|
The district's name originates from the Arabic word "luqeet", which is the term designated for an abandoned infant whose parents have not been identified. At the time of its naming, the district was situated in an isolated and largely unknown area, thus, its name is figurative for its geographic location.
- Chinese Health Centre (Ladies Branch) on Al Rayhan Street.
- Syrian American Medical Centre on Al Luqta Street.
- Dar Mona Hassan Al Benali Quran Learning for Women on Sahat Al Beday Street.
- Ministry of Education Training Centre on Uhud Street.
- Hejen Racing Committee, the country's camel racing authority, has its headquarters on Al Diyaa Street.
- Al Luqta Weaponry Museum on Al Maha Street. The Weaponry Museum features around 2,300 distinct firearms, swords and daggers, some of which belong to former members of the ruling family of Qatar. Also included among the exhibits are weapons dating back to the Ottoman era and Persian-style rifles.
- Al Luqta Children's Park on the corner of Al Maha Street and Al Najah Street. It has two playgrounds, a cafeteria, a prayer room, and an administrative building.
The following schools are located in Al Luqta:
|Name of School||Curriculum||Grade||Genders||Official Website||Ref|
|Omar Bin Al Khattab Secondary School||Qatari||Secondary||Male-only||N/A|||
|Tunisian School in Doha||Tunisian||Kindergarten – Secondary||Both||Official website|||
|Royal Kids Nursery||British||Kindergarten||Both||N/A|||
|Swiss International School of Qatar||Swiss||Kindergarten – Secondary||Both||Official website|||
|The Syrian School in Qatar||Syrian||Kindergarten – Secondary||Both||N/A|||
|Al Furqan Elementary Boys School||Qatari||Primary||Male-only||N/A|||
|Al Furqan Preparatory Boys School||Qatari||Secondary||Male-only||N/A|||
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- "GIS Portal". Ministry of Municipality and Environment. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
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- "Weaponry Museum". Qatar Expat Women. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
- Karen Lee. "Al Luqta Children's Park". Doha Family. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
- "حديقة اللقطة" (in Arabic). Ministry of Municipality and Environment. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- "Royal Kids Nursery". Doha Mums. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- "Swiss International School of Qatar". Marhaba. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- "The Syrian School in Qatar". schoolsinqatar.net. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
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