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Bahrain’s Tourist Attractions

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Bahrain, the “Kingdom Of The Two Seas”, have over 8 million tourists visiting its shores yearly. Described by Lonely Planet as "an excellent introduction to the Persian Gulf", Bahrain’s history date back 9000 years to the island’s first inhabitants. Listed below is a list of attractions and sights one must not miss when visiting this Middle Eastern kingdom.

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The Khamis Mosque is said to be the first mosque in Bahrain built during ancient Islamic times, around 692 AD.
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A 15th century, It was built in a typical Arab style and used by the Omanis during their brief occupation of Bahrain in 1800.
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A causeway connecting Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, the four-lane road is 28 kilometers long and approximately 23 meters wide.
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Al Fateh Mosque Report Abuse
Also called the Al-Fateh Islamic Center & Al Fateh Grand Mosque, this mosque is regarded as one of the largest mosque in the world. It can accommodate over 7000 worshipers at a single time. It also features the world largest fiberglass dome.
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The first Formula One Grand Prix to be held in the Middle East.
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A 100+year old mesquite tree in Bahrain that is considered a natural mystical wonder. The tree stands alone in the desert about 2 kilometers from the Jebel Dukhan, the highest point in Bahrain and survives with no apparent source of water. This tree was also mentioned in the movie L.A. Story.
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