What are Bahrain sports?
A variety of sports in Bahrain are popular and widespread. Association football is the most popular sport in the country. Other traditionally-popular sports include basketball, volleyball and handball. Sports such as horse racing, and rugby union have gained popularity over the past few decades.
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Manama (Al Manamah) is the largest city (approximate population of155,000 people) and capital of Bahrain, an island country on thePersian Gulf. Manama is located in the north-eastern corner of Bahrain on a smallpeninsula. Bahrain's capital city is Manama.
Bahrain is a Muslim country consisting of 33 islands in the Persian Gulf. Neighboring countries are Saudi Arabia, Iran and Qatar. See this for geography and map of Bahrain. http://kashifilyas.blogspot.com/2011/02/political-map-of-bahrain.html
Bahrain is an island in the Persian Gulf. It is connected to Saudi Arabia by a long bridge.. Bahrain is a Middle Eastern country.
Bahrain is an LEDC or less economically developed country. It canbe said that the country is the process of transitioning fromtraditional lifestyles into industrial or modern lifestyles.
There is only one company, That is: The Bahrain Petroleum Company B.S.C. (BAPCO), wholly owned by theGovernment of Bahrain. See the link below.
The distance from Jeddah to Bahrain is approximately 786 miles or 1266 kilometers. That's the geographic distrance, or flying distance. To drive it would be somewhat longer, since the roads (and the bridge) are not a straight line from point to point
WiFi Hotspots 1. Bahrain International Airport 2. Starbucks Seef Mall 3. Starbucks Zinj 4. Starbucks Sanad 5. Starbucks Bahrain Mall 6. Starbucks Saar (Cypress Garden) 7. Starbucks Juffair 8. Starbucks Manama 9. Gulf Hotel 10. Crowne Plaza 11. Al-Aali Mall 12. Dana Mall 13…. BAPCO Club 14. Yateem Center 15. FunLand. Free Hotspots 16. UOB 17. McDonalds Saar 18. McDonalds Bab-el-Bahrain 19. McDonalds Sakhir 20. McDonalds Hoora (Exhabtion Road) 21. McDonalds Zallaq (MORE)
Bahrain is governed under Islamic laws and traditions, but thepeople are open and accepting of others as long as certainguidelines are followed. Some of those rules are that possessionand consumption of alcohol and drugs are against the law, dressshould be conservative, public displays of affection …are consideredindecent, and that showing disrespect to the Islamic religion ishighly offensive and can result in fines or a jail sentence. (MORE)
In Arabic, the word "bahr" means 'sea' , and the dual form for bahr would be "bahrayn". The name 'Bahrain' comes from the word "bahrayn", thus Bahrain means "two seas" .
Its all about 45 minutes drive (80KM) excluding waiting at the border (causeway) for immigration.
There are several marine species living around Bahrain. Theyinclude 30 species of sharks, sting rays, different species ofcoral, and dugongs.
The most recent data I have found is available in the following page:. http://www.cio.gov.bh/en/default.asp?action=category&ID=72. Regards
Bahrain is a monarchy. We have a king. His name is Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa Bahrain is also an archipelago. You should google it. FYI we get insulted when ppl don't know what the heck it is. Also it's next to Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Iran; pretty much in the middle east.
Bahrain is a monarchy, so it is ruled by an Arab king and not a President.. The current monarch is Sheikh Bin Isa Al-Khalifa.
Not at all. There is a bit of a chill at night but generally it is a desert climate.
Yes, there are mountains in Bahrain! no, i live in bahrain there are no mountins in bahrain. mybe there are hills called mountin like the smoke mountin but it is just a name the mountin should be more than 1000 meter high but the highest piont in bahrain is at the smoke mountin and it is 134 meter…s that means there are no mountins in bahrain only a name (MORE)
Bahrain is a country in the Middle East (southwestern Asia) with an area of: 253 square miles (665 square kilometers). The estimated population as of 2007 for Bahrain was 708,500..
Yes, Bahrain is a pretty country. The 7000-capacity Al Fatih Mosque, Bahrain National Museum and the Beit Al Qur'an are among Namama's fascinating tourist spots.
It's like summer all the time! Just buy a pool and your set for life.
The name in Arabic is al-Bahrayn, which means Two Seas, althoughwhich two is debatable, since it is an island group in the PersianGulf.
Yes, they became an independent nation in on December, 16, 1971. Prior to that they had been a British colony.
Islam is the main religion, but many other people not from Bahrain might be Christian, Catholic, Jewish, etc.
No, there is nothing called Taliban in Bahrain. Bahrain is a moderate Islamic country, has always treated other religious with respect and peace. In Bahrain you can live the way you want to but the most important thing is not to harm or un-respect any other person for his religious believes. … The Bahraini population is a mixture of Muslims, Christians, Hindu and small number of Jews. (MORE)
We have many exports, but our main exports are oil, aluminum, and dates. There are palm trees everywhere, but other exports are very basic things such as eggs, flour, clothes, shoes, and even Pepsi.
Mr B has definately been there. Bahrain was the banking and corporate center of the Gulf Region, but United Arab Emirates has taken over that role. The ruling family is Sunni, but a lot of the people in the villages are Shia (like Iran). There is a lot of internal riots. There is a fairly large expa…t community of Filipino, British, Sri Lankans, Pakistanis, and Americans (almost all military. It is the base for the fleet). Since they built the causeway over from Saudi Arabia a lot of Saudi men come over for the weekend to drink. Alchohol is never available in Saudi. In Bahrain a bar must be attached to a hotel, or you can drink in a restaurant. There is no drinking during Ramadan. It is a very different culture than United Arab Emirates. Nearly everyone in the UAE has been to Europe or America. ---------------------- It is probably most famous for being the most likely site for the "Garden of Eden". They even have a tree they call the "Tree of Life" which is a nasty place swarming with bees.. (MORE)
It depends what part you are staying in; but other than that it is quite a safe place. If you are planning to stay in new areas without riffraff like Saar or Manama, you'll be fine. Just stay away from places like old town Muharraq, and be VERY careful around places with the teenage or younger "Vill…age Boys". They're just trouble. (MORE)
5hr 45min Frankfurt (FRA) to Bahrain (BAH) by a nonstop flight operated by Gulf Air.
That depends where you are currently located. For example, if you are a meter from the border, it will take but a second. It also depends on how you travel. For example, with an airplane it will be faster than if you go walking. .
it does have allot of primary and secondary jobs. also the infant mortality and death rates are very low
It depends, during the winter it's from about 5:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M, and in the summer its from about 4:00 A.M to 6:00 P.M.
Bahrain is a country in the middle east in Asia.Its a pretty small country compared to others but Bahrain has plenty of pearls and palm trees and sweet water.It also has great business.
Dubai one of the emirates that forms the (United Arab Emirates). The other emirates are Abu Dhabi (the Capital) and a large producer of oil (2.4 million barrel a day). Ajman, Omm Al Qiwayn, Sharjah, Al Fujairah and Ras Al Khaymah. This country has borders with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia & Sultanat …of Oman Bahrain is an independent country consists of 2 main islands and other very small islands, situated in the Gulf of Arabia, opposite the eastern coasts of Saudi Arabia. It is a kingdom now . (MORE)
Bahrain is an archipelago in the Gulf of Persia. Situated on the West coast between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. See related link for a map.
The Kingdom of Bahrain is a country. Earlier it was known as State of Bahrain.
arbic or diffrent languages Arabic Arabic is the official language there. It must be Arabic. Answer The official language is Arabic, as other languages my book has English, Farsi (Persian) and Urdu (whatever that is) They speak Arabic . but in a bahrainian accent .
In Bahrain, National Day ( Ø§ÙÙÙÙ Ø§ÙÙØ·ÙÙ ) is celebrated on the 16th of December.
Bahrain's capital is called "Manama", however the city's arabic pronounciation would be "Al Manama" (written Ø§ÙÙ ÙØ§Ù Ø© ).
Currently (March, 2013), the bahraini currency is known as the Bahraini Dinar, and is only used within the country of Bahrain. Additionally, each Dinar is divided up into 1000 'fil's..
Though the king of Bahrain has several wives (four to be exact), the first is the one which can be considered the current queen. Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa is married to king Hamad bin Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa and is considered Queen of Bahrain.
Political rights, civil liberties for Shiites----mainly political reform and economic improvement for Shiites in Bahrain. The Sunnis are living okay.
In short: No . The 'Kingdom' (that should be your first hint) of Bahrain, is a "constituational monarchy", meaning that its head of state is its king. The country also has a parliment lead by a Prime Minister (appointed by the king, rather than elected), and a "crown prince" (also appointed), who… is in charge of the military forces of the country. (MORE)
In short: No . Bahrain is an island chain of the cost of Qatar in the Persian Gulf. Being an archipelago, each of its 33 islands is seperate from any other land mass. In order for it to be considered a peninsula, one side of the land mass would need to be connected to an even greater land mass. As… this is not the case for Bahrain the answer is no. (MORE)
Though the meaning of the word "Bahrain" translates to be "two seas", in reality Bahrain has none. It is located in the gulf of Persia (which is one of the "seas") and has various underground springs (the second of the "seas").
You just don't get it unless you would like to pay 4-5x price in other counties.
The majority of the archipelago which the Kingdom of Bahrain is made up of consists of desert plains. In the past there had been small oases in the deserts which could support life and luch plant growth, however over time the deserts became drier and drier, until finally almost all of the island cha…in was made up of desert. (MORE)
well you will have to search on the Internet to find the answer to this
The Kingdom of Bahrain is a nation made up of roughly 30 different islands. Being an archipelago, it is natually anything but landlocked. A land locked nation would have various countries around it on every side, and would have no access to seas or oceans. Bahrain being a series of islands has no co…untries closing it in from anyside and has no problems accessing the Persian Gulf.. In short: Bahrain is definitely not landlocked. . (MORE)
Yes, there are. They are: Bahrain city centre, Dana Mall Bahrain Mall Seef Mall Al-Aali Mall Marina Mall!
The currency in Bahrain is the Bahraini dinar. It first came in touse in 1965.
Bahrain is a country, actually an island, situated near the westernshore of the Persian gulf. It is officially the Kingdom of Bahrain.It's economy depends on oil production.