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Top 5 Things You Should See When You Visit Manama

Manama is the capital city of Bahrain, the smallest among the Arabian countries of the most effective and wealthiest not just in oil but in culture. This city offers an intriguing mix of Arabian and Persian civilizations which formed the history and way of life of its people. Bahrain's prosperous economy isn't solely reliant on petroleum but it has diversified in sectors like education and tourism , evidently making it one of those sought after destinations in the Gulf.

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Manama Souk

Manama Souk

ManamaGirls.com Souk is known for its gold and pearls in the warren of streets behind the famous"Bab al-Bahrain", located in Manama's central business district (CBD) and marks the main entrance to the souq. The souq is a labyrinth of lanes that have endless displays of goods for sale. It's where to go for electronics, bargains, spices, sheesha bottles and feel that the atmosphere that is Arabic.

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Al Fateh Mosque

Al Fateh Mosque

The Mosque is a part of an Islamic centre. The center includes the mosque, A department for Qur'anic studies and also an Islamic library. The building work of Ahmed Al-Fateh Center began in 1984. It was opened in 1988. The mosque occupies an area of 6,500 square meters and it could accommodate up to 7000 worshippers. Congregational prayers, in addition to Friday prayers, are held at the mosque. Italian marble covers a portion and the ground of the mosque's walls. The dome is constructed of fiberglass and has twelve stained glass windows. The mosque's fantastic doors are made from teak wood. The central chandelier was made in Austria and is surrounded by numerous round lamps created in France.

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Qal'at Al Bahrain

Qal'at Al Bahrain

"Qal'at al-Bahrain is the archaeological site of a port That Was formerly The funds of the Dilmun civilization and served recently as a Portuguese fort. It's a typical tell -- an artificial mound created by successive layers of human occupation. The mountain shows almost continuous remains from ca. 2300 BC to the 16th century BC. They span the Dilmun, Tylos, afterwards Islamic societies as well as also the Portuguese period. This makes it a rare archeological and historic reference site in the Gulf area and Eastern Arabia. The site gets its title from Qal'in al-Burtughal (Portuguese fort). From the 1500s, the Portuguese saw Bahrain to guard their trade routes between India, Africa and Europe. The island was invaded by them and establish a military base in the Bahrain Fort. They strengthened the already existing fortress and erected fresh stone towers."

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Beit Sheikh Isa bin Ali

Beit Sheikh Isa bin Ali

In The maze of streets and alleys on Muharraq Island, in the far end of a square, stands Bait Sheikh Isa bin Ali. Constructed around 1800 and one of the oldest houses of Bahrain. The King's great-great-grandfather, shaikh Isa bin Ali Al Khalifa, was sovereign from 1869 to 1932, a Bahrain ruler's reign. His home provides a glimpse of royal life in the 19th century with wall carvings and period design.

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Al Areen Wildlife Park & Reserve

Al Areen Wildlife Park & Reserve

The institution of AlAreen Wildlife Park and Reserve was as a response by the Kingdom of Bahrain to the conservation of wildlife in the Middle East. It was hoped that a reserve's institution, would encourage similar projects. The wildlife sanctuary was built to protect rare Arabian species including the Oryx, Adax and Reem Gazelle. It's perfect for families and animal lovers to explore at leisure and enjoy the opportunity of seeing creatures in the wild.