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Places To Visit in Bahrain - Bahrain

A'Ali Potteries - Bahrain

A'Ali Potteries

These kilns have been made on an ancient burial mound. After observing the potter working on the wheel you can take a turn yourself.  The shop owner himself is also on hand to give a tour of the kilns and the pottery making process from production to glazing and firing. There are also finished...

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Adhari Park - Bahrain

Adhari Park

Adhari Park is a treasure trove for parents confused about how to entertain their overactive children. The Park consists of 165,000 metres of indoor and outdoor rides, food and shopping.
Timings: Daily 4pm-12am
Admission: Entrance 0.5 BD; Park card 0.25 BD; Rides 0.30-1 BDRead More

Ain Umm Al-Sajur Site - Bahrain

Ain Umm Al-Sajur Site

The site is renowned for having the highest water spring in Bahrain. This spring was found by a Danish Expedition in 1954 and is said to date back to the Dilmun Period i.e.: 2000 B.C. Evidence depicts that the people of that time worshipped the spring water as they thought the water brought them...

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Al Khamis Mosque and Beit Al Qur’an Museum - Bahrain

Al Khamis Mosque and Beit Al Qur’an Museum

Dating back to 692 A.D, Al-Khamis is the oldest mosque in Bahrain. However this is disputed and a date pertaining to the 11th century is more probable. The elegant identical minarets were made in the 15th century and are mystifying and peaceful. It is no longer in use and is open to public...

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Arad Fort - Bahrain

Arad Fort

Though there is no known exact date of construction, the timeline of the Arad Fort is roughly the 15th century. Made in the typically Arab manner, the fort has been thoroughly refurbished and is a truly awe-inspiring sight when it is lit up at night.It is thought that the fort was used by the...

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Diraz Temple  - Bahrain

Diraz Temple

This temple was made in the 3rd millennium BC. It differs from both the Mesopotamian temples and the neighboring Barbar Temples. What makes it unique is that the entire complex of rectangles of different sizes and for different purposes is built on rows of enormous limestone columns. Read More

Hawar Islands - Bahrain

Hawar Islands

Located 20kms from the Bahrain Mainland, the Hawar Islands are an idyllic, untouched, beautiful paradise on earth. With beautiful beaches and goldens sands this is the perfect place to unwind. ...

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Heritage Centre and Museum of Pearl Diving - Bahrain

Heritage Centre and Museum of Pearl Diving

The Heritage Centre and Museum of Pearl Diving commemorates the culture of pearl diving. From ancient times, Bahrain’s pearls have been famed for their shine and wholesomeness; their sale brought capital to Bahrain till Japan took over the world market with their cultured pearls. The magnificent...

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