Saturday, September 13, 2014

Bahrain - Buildings and Architecture

Bahrain is one of the very fast growing countries around the Arab world and is considered as a major tourist centers in Middle East. Some major development has been made in last few years to make country more tourist attractive. Though Bahrain is a very small country but it still has a potential to generate a good revenue and maintains good standard of living. Lets look at some of the renowned places in Bahrain where I have been so far:

Bab Al Bahrain (Gate of Bahrain) is a historical gate of Bahrain which now a days is used as an entrance to Manama market. Previously it was with the edge of sea and fishermen's are used it to starting point of fishing and trading.

This is Bahrain's Financial Harbor building, the tallest and modern building on the main Bahrain highway.

Mosques in Bahrain are very attractive and some of them are kept as historic. Al Fateh Grand Mosque is the biggest on island.

This is Bahrain World Trade Center the most renowned structure in Bahrain. It is close to main (King Faisal) highway. This unique structure is a tower complex connected with three bridges having wind tribunes on it. These tribunes helps in power generation that is consumed in building. Making of this structure is also covered in National Geographic as one of the mega structures.

Bahrain Circuit (Area for World Formula One Championship): The Bahrain International Circuit is a motorsport venue opened in 2004 and used for drag racing, GP2 and the annual Bahrain Grand Prix. The 2004 Grand Prix was the first held in the Middle East.

Skyline (Manama and Al Muharraq):

Bahrain Museum and other visiting points:

Amwaj Lagoon:

Random Structures:

Lots of Malls are in Bahrain such as City Center, Seef Mall, Geant, Dana Mall, Bahrain Mall etc.

Some good parks, water parks are there for family outings.

More will be added as soon as I will be visiting there.


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