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The Kingdom of Bahrain has many different attractions to cater to a myriad of interests.
For history lovers, there is the rich heritage of ancient civilizations, which date back to over 5,000 years, with many temples and burial mounds to explore.
The most recent of the three Barbar temples was discovered by a Danish archaeological team in 1954.
A further two temples were discovered on the site with the oldest dating back to 3,000 BCE.
Bahrain Fort is an archaeological site composed of an artificial mound created by human habitation ranging in age from 2,300 BCE up to the 17th century CE.
Archaeological evidence indicates that the site once served the capital of the Dilmun civilization, and most recently as a Portuguese fort.
1 and the 25 km King Fahd Causeway which links Bahrain to Saudi Arabia.Arad Fort is a 15th century fort in Arad built in a typical Arab style.Close to the Bahrain International Airport, the fort has been extensively renovated and presents a magnificent sight when it is illuminated at night.And for those of you interested to knowing more about Islam, then head for the Al Fateh Mosque in the new Juffair area where friendly guides are ready to enlighten you. A rich collection of Bahrain's ancient archaeological artifacts is on display at the Bahrain National Museum.
The museum covers 6,000 years of Bahrain's history.All visitors are welcome, and the complex comprises a mosque, a library, an auditorium, a school and museum consisting of five exhibition halls. The museum displays a comprehensive collection of the currency used in Bahrain from the beginning of Islam until modern times.