Bahrain is an oil state in the Middle East with around 650,000 inhabitants. It is located between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Bahrain. The constitutional monarchy has neighboring Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Bahrain consists of some thirty-three different islands that are connected by bridges. The landscape of the islets is largely determined by rocks and desert-like plains. Only the main island has a few freshwater springs. The coastal waters are very shallow. The capital of Bahrain is Manama and has around 160,000 inhabitants. Sights are the Bahrain World Center, the Siyadi House, Bahrain's cultural center, the Bait al Quran Museum and the King Fahd Dam. Other important cities are Muharraq, Riffa, Madinat Hamad, A'ali, Jidhafs, Sitra, Awali and Isa Town. The tell Qal’at al Bahrain is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is an artificial hill, with a fort, formed by successive layers of human habitation. Other attractions are the Barbar Temple, the Arad fort, the Sakhir Formula 1 circuit and the village of Bani Jamrah, known for its weaver culture. Furthermore Al areen wildlife park, the Al khamis mosque, the house of Sheikh isars, the Tree of Life, the archaeological complex Qalaat al bahrain.

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