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Skyline of Manama, Bahrain. Manama is the capital and largest city of Bahrain. Long an important trading center in the Persian Gulf, Manama is home to a very diverse population.

1 | Al Fateh mosque (Manama, Bahrain) | islam in Bahrain represents the 89% of the population it is the main religion of Bahrain

BTW takes a bird’s eyes view of the traditional fare of Bahrain that makes the cuisine of the land so popular with both the original inhabitants as well as the expat population of Bahrain.


Bahrain 50 fils 1992 Condition VF - XF. The Gulf state of Bahrain is actually made up of some 33 islands though the majority of the population live in the capital city, Manama, and in Al Muharraq. For this and more Bahraini coins, visit AlbaCoins. com #bahrain #coins #numismatics

"#Bahrain – An Interesting Market for Investors One of the more attractive countries to find a promising real estate market would be the small Persian #Gulf nation of Bahrain. With a population of slightly over 1.3 million people, Bahrain consists of over 30 islands near #Qatar and is connected to Saudi Arabia by the King Fahd Causeway road bridge.


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from Tourists in Israel

Maqluba, meat, rice, fried vegetables and Yogurt!

Maqluba is a traditional Arab dish of chicken or meat (mostly lamb), mixed with fried vegetables and then cooked in layers with rice. When the dish is finished and ready to serve, it is turned out from the pot in which it was cooked onto a serving plate, resembling a large brown cake of rice. The potatoes, added on top of the pot, end up on the bottom. You can find Maqluba in Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Turkey, as well as within Arab population…