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Skyline of Manama, Bahrain. Manama is the capital and largest city of Bahrain. Long an important trading center in the Persian Gulf, Manama is home to a very diverse population.

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DID YOU KNOW? People walked 15-20 miles a day in the heat, even as water and food was scarce. More than 1 million died during the Indian Partition, which is almost equivalent to the current population of Bahrain. #VandeMataramMemorial #BePatrioticStayPatriotic

https://flic.kr/p/7knvgu | Al Fateh mosque (Manama, Bahrain) | islam in Bahrain represents the 89% of the population it is the main religion of Bahrain

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Nature Flora and Fauna Trip from Manama This tour features the oil history and wildlife of Bahrain. On this tour visit Jabel Al Dukhan, The Tree of Life, Al-Areen Wildlife Park (Sanctuary) and have a brief photo stop at Bahrain International Circuit. Bahrain was the first country to discover oil in the Middle East and Al Areen Wildlife Park was established in 1975. Bahrain was perhaps the first Arab country to realize the rapid decline of many native wild animal populations in...

Manama, Bahrain...nice place to visit, but got tired of it after being there three times during deployment

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Bahrain 50 fils 1992 Condition VF - XF. The Gulf state of Bahrain is actually made up of some 33 islands though the majority of the population live in the capital city, Manama, and in Al Muharraq. For this and more Bahraini coins, visit AlbaCoins. com #bahrain #coins #numismatics

Overview on #Bahrain #Population Bahrain is an island which is located in the Persian #Gulf and Bahrain Population consist of total number of 1,234,571 https://blog.weetas.com/overview-bahrain-population-infographic/

Manama (المنامة)

Arab, Bahraini in Bahrain Population 717,000 Christian 3.4% Evangelical 0.90% Largest Religion Islam (96.6%) Main Language Arabic, Baharna Spoken

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Bahrain Synagogue, Manama, Bahrain - The nondescript beige structure, which cannot be identified in any way as a Jewish house of worship, is no longer in use. The tiny Jewish community in Bahrain, numbering approximately 35 out of a total population of 700,000, can rarely muster a minyan required for prayer. Nevertheless, Bahrain is one of the only Arab countries in the Persian Gulf with any kind of Jewish community or synagogue. The community also maintains a small Jewish cemetery