Bahrain is a small Arab country located in a bay on the southwestern coast of the Persian Gulf. It is an archipelago consisting of Bahrain Island and about 30 small islands. It is located in one of the most important oil-producing regions in the world, and it has only small oil stores.
Manama is the capital and largest city in the state and emirate of Bahrain. It is located in the Persian Gulf. About a fifth of the emirate’s population lives in the city.
The currency of Bahrain
The dinar is the currency of Bahrain. It is divided into 1000 fils.
The climate of the small archipelago of Bahrain is desert, mild in winter, and very hot in summer.
Basically, there are two main seasons: a cooler season from December to February and a hot season from April to October, within which we can distinguish a very hot period from May to mid-October. March and November are transitional months, warm but without excesses.
Tourist places in Bahrain Arab country
Beit Al Quran: One of the most important tourist attractions in the country, the House of Qur’an Museum is a comprehensive Islamic center that serves the Noble Qur’an and its sciences. Since its inception in 1990, it has become one of the most famous Islamic museums in the world.
Bab Al Bahrain: This gate is a historical building that dates back to the completion of its construction in 1945 and was built by the Bahraini government advisor at that time Sir Charles.
Amwaj Islands: One of the best tourist places in the country for families, the Amwaj Islands, the islands are located in the northeast of the Kingdom of Bahrain on an area of 2.79 million square meters, and it is a group of six artificial islands that were established near the coast of Muharraq Island.