• Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press More Information
    • Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press More Information
    • Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press
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    • The Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press Heritage was the first restoration project undertaken by the Shaikh Ebrahim Center with private sponsors. The newly restored 100-year old building. Being the house of the founder of the first weekly newspaper in Bahrain and the Gulf, the house is dedicated to the preservation of Bahrain’s press heritage and at the same…
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  • Al-Khamis Mosque More Information
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    • Al-Khamis Mosque
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    • The Khamis Mosque is believed to be the first mosque in Bahrain, built during the era of the Umayyad caliph Umar II. According to Al Wasat journalist Kassim Hussain, other sources mention that it was built in a later era during the rule of Uyunids with one minaret. The second was built two centuries later during the rule of Usfurids.
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  • AlNukhida House More Information
    • AlNukhida House More Information
    • AlNukhida House
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    • The Nukhidhah house is one of the houses located on the future“Pearl Walk”, as a part of the project “Pearling and its cultural landscapes in Bahrain”.
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  • Arad Fort More Information
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    • Arad Fort
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    • Arad Fort is a 15th-century fort in Arad, Bahrain. Formerly guarding a separate island of its own, the fort and its surroundings have since been joined to Muharraq Island. Arad Fort was built in the typical style of Islamic forts during the 15th century before the Portuguese invasion of Bahrain in AD 1622. This fort has a beautiful history. A…
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  • Bahrain Fort More Information
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    • The Qal'at al-Bahrain, also known as the Bahrain Fort or Portuguese Fort, is an archaeological site located in Bahrain. Archaeological excavations carried out since 1954 have unearthed antiquities from an artificial mound of 12 m height containing seven stratified layers, created by various occupants from 2300 BC up to the 18th century, including Kassites, Greeks, Portuguese and Persians.
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  • Bait Al Ghous More Information
    • Bait Al Ghous More Information
    • Bait Al Ghous
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    • The Al Ghous House is one of the 16 world heritage properties that make up the Pearling, Testimony of an Island Economy UNESCO World Heritage site in Muharraq. The house allows an insight into the life of a diver, the first person to make contact with the pearl, which stimulated the far-reaching pearling economy.
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  • Barbar Temples More Information
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    • It is actually the remains of three different temples built one on top of the other. The oldest temple is built around 3000 BCE and is dedicated to Enki, the God of Freshwater. Radio Carbon Dating established the second Barbar Temple in Bahrian around 2500 B.C., while the third one, excavated by Danish team, is estimated to have been built between…
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  • Bin Matar House – Memory of the Place More Information
    • Bin Matar House – Memory of the Place More Information
    • Bin Matar House – Memory of the Place
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    • The Bin Matar House was built on reclaimed land in 1905 and at the time was surrounded by the sea on three sides. Supervised by the Bahraini master builder Mussa bin Hamad, the building was constructed in a traditionally Bahraini manner, using palm tree trunks, sea-stone and gypsum.
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  • Bu Maher Fort More Information
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    • Bu Maher Fort
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    • Bu Maher Fort, which was built in 1840, is steeped in seafaring and pearling history and forms the first stop in the historical pearling path having once served as the main fishing harbor and gateway to and from the sea.
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  • Diraz Temple More Information
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    • Diraz Temple
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    • Diraz is home to an impressive archaeological discovery dating back to 3rd millennium BC. The Diraz Temple is unique in that it was built using enormous limestone columns and alters. For history and archaeology buffs it is a must see.
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  • House of Architectural Heritage More Information
    • House of Architectural Heritage More Information
    • House of Architectural Heritage
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    • In this house specifically, you will see: how it became a city? How it grew? What were its first features? And the context for an entire life Muharraq lived in the nineteen eighties. The Architectural Heritage House is home to the artistic works, drawings, architectural photographs gathered or drawn by the architect John Yarwood in homage to his
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