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Bahrain Fort

Arad Fort (Arabicقلعة عراد‎, Qal’at ‘Arad) is a 15th-century fort in AradBahrain. Formerly guarding a separate island of its own,[1] 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.[2] This fort is one of the compact defensive forts in Bahrain. In its present location, it overlooks various sea passages of Muharraq‘s shallow seashores. In the past, there was an inaccessible marine channel which was controlled by the local people to prevent ships from breaking through to the island where the fort is located. The fort is square and on every corner there is a cylindrical tower. It is surrounded by a small trench which used to be filled with water from wells that were drilled especially for this purpose. In every corner of the upper wall of the fort there are nose shaped openings for marksmen.

Bahrain National Museum

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City Centre Bahrain

The shopping centre opened in 2008 to be the largest in Bahrain.[2] It claims 340 retail outlets, including the first Carrefour Hypermarket in Bahrain, and 60 dining outlets.[3][4] It is owned and run by Majid Al Futtaim Properties, which owns several shopping malls across the Middle East.[2][5].

Seef Mall

Seef Mall is the second largest mall in the Kingdom of Bahrain.[2] The mall is located in the Seef district of the capital city, Manama.[3][4][5] The Seef Mall is directly connected to Fraser Suites at the western end of the mall.[6] The Al Aali Shopping Complex is located near the eastern end at the entrance near the Marks and Spencer store. To the south is the Shaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Highway. Beyond the highway to the south is The Bahrain Mall. To the southeast is the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre.


Bahrain Upcoming Events & Activities

Al Areen Wild Life Park Bahrain wildlife

The park is perfect for families and animal lovers to explore at leisure and enjoy the opportunity of seeing animals in the wild. The wildlife sanctuary was built to protect rare Arabian species including the Oryx, Adax and Reem Gazelle. Today hundreds of other animals and bird species live contentedly in Al Areen Wildlife Park. Contact Information: Phone: 17836116 – Fax: 17836020 Opening Hours:Weekdays: 8:00am to 2:00pmFri: 1:30pm to 5:00pm

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