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Bahrain is home to the Tree of Life, a 400-year-old tree that stands alone in the desert without a known water source.
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Bahrain, a small island country located in the Persian Gulf, is a hidden gem that offers a unique blend of modernity and tradition. The capital city, Manama, is a bustling metropolis with towering skyscrapers, luxury hotels, and shopping malls. Visitors can explore the ancient Bahrain Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which showcases the country's rich history and architecture. The Qal'at al-Bahrain Museum provides a fascinating insight into the country's archaeological treasures. For those seeking relaxation, Bahrain's beaches are pristine and perfect for sunbathing or water sports. The country also hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Bahrain Grand Prix and the Spring of Culture Festival, which offer a glimpse into Bahrain's vibrant arts and entertainment scene.
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Manama is the capital and largest city of Bahrain, with an approximate population of 155,000 people. Manama has emerged as the capital of independent Bahrain after periods of domination by Portugal and Persians earlier in its history. Today, it is a modern capital with an economy based on the sales promotion industry as crude oil takes a less pronounced role in the economy.
The Bahrain Fort is an archaeological site located in Bahrain. It is composed of an artificial mound created by human inhabitants from 2300 BC up to the 18th century, including Portuguese and Persians. Among other things, it was once the capital of the Dilmun civilization, and served more recently as a Portuguese fort. For these reasons, it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
The Qal'at al-Bahrain (in Arabic: قلعة البحرين‎, also known as the Bahrain Fort or Fort of Bahrain and previously as the Portugal Fort (Qal'at al Portugal) as well as the fort of Nader Shah, the Persian king)[1] is an archaeological site located in Bahrain.
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Bahrain Fort
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the fort is composed of mounds made by the primitive peoples in 2300 BC. It is one of the most highly regarded tourist spots in Bahrain, as it used to be the seat of the Dilmun civilization. The name actually means Bahrain Castle."
Source: touristspots.org