• 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.

  • Oil Wells – Sakheer:

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    Oil Wells – Sakheer: The first oil well in the Arabian Gulf is located in Bahrain’s desert; Skheer and is situated right below Jebel Al Dukhan. The well made Bahrain the first country in the Gulf to produce oil in 1932, which was a major contributor to Bahrain’s economy!

  • Azizia Bird Kingdom

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    Azizia Bird Kingdom – Amwaj Islands, Muharraq: Located in Amwaj, you get to personally interact with an astonishing number of 70 different species of birds from all over the world, with over 500 birds preserved in a controlled ecosystem, including endangered species. The beautiful bird kingdom is home to the rarest species, offering you an

  • 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