• Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research

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    Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research – Muharraq: Representing a debate and exchange on current issues, the Shaikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammed Centre for Culture and Research was once again opened in 2002. The centre is a modern reconstruction, built specifically on the land of the Sheikh’s original majlis.

  • Sheikh Isa Bin Ali House

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    Sheikh Isa Bin Ali House – Muharraq: The seat of the government at the time and residence, the House of Sheikh Isa bin Ali Al Khalifa is a pleasing insight into the royal life during the 19th century. It is distinguished by its wind towers, and consists of many rooms arranged around four courtyards. The

  • Bu Maher Fort

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    BuMaher Fort:- being the first point of the pearling path discovery, a UNESCO world heritage site. The Bu Maher fort visitor’s center which was built in 1840 includes a 3D display to educate veiwers on the paths history and houses. the fort was once the primary fishing harbor and gateway to and from the sea.

  • Bin Matar House

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    Bin Matar House – Muharraq: Previously surrounded by the sea on three sides, the Bin Matar House was built in 1905 in a traditionally Bahraini manner, with the use of palm tree trunks, sea-stone and gypsum. The building played as a majlis by Salman Hussein Bin Matar, a prominent Bahraini pearling merchant. The building was

  • Abdullah Al Zayed House

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    Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press Heritage – Muharraq: Opened back in 2003, the newly-restored 100-year old Abdullah Al Zayed House belonged to the founder of the first weekly newspaper in Bahrain and the Gulf. The house now represents the island’s distinctive architecture, and is devoted to the preservation of Bahrain’s press heritage.

  • Siyadi House

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    Siyadi House – Muharraq: A 19th century pearl merchant, Ahmed bin Jasim Siyadi, owned a beautiful historic representation of architecture that Muharraq is known for. The house was featured in the ‘Pearling: Testimony of an Island Economy’ project, and in 2012 was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the inside of the house, the