Jamillah Ali, daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, visited Qatar on Monday for a private tour of an exhibition dedicated to the champion’s life and career.
Ali, who is one of the boxer’s nine children, visited the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha where the exhibition, Muhammad Ali: Tribute to a Legend, is being staged.
The exhibition, which was launched in July, displays 22 artefacts, including signed items and memorabilia, from various points in her father’s career. It also includes photography from a trip he took to the Gulf state in 1971.
The free exhibition is open to the public until February 25 2017, after which some of the pieces will be permanently displayed in the redeveloped Khalifa International Stadium’s 3-2-1 Olympic and Sports Museum.
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