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Kingdom of Bahrain is an Arabic island country in the Persian Gulf ruled by the Al Khalifa royal family. Saudi Arabia lies to the west and is connected to Bahrain by the King Fahd Causeway, which officially opened on 25 November 1986. Qatar is to the southeast across the Gulf of Bahrain. The planned Qatar–Bahrain Friendship Bridge will link Bahrain to Qatar as the longest fixed link in the world.

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Festivals and Events in Bahrain - Manama
Festivals and Events in Bahrain Populated by different nationalities and religions, Bahrain all the year round sees one festival or another being celebrated in pomp and grandeur. Bahrain festivals and events testify to the tolerant nature of this country. The January month sees one of the most important Islamic Festivals, known as Eid ul Adha (the Festival of Sacrifice), being observed widely in Bahrain and all over the Islamic world. The festival is observed to commemorate the time when Abraham was about to sacrifice his ward Ishmael for God. Sheep, camels and cows are sacrificed by Muslims all over Bahrain as a ritual. Islamic New Year or Muharram is a much awaited event on the list of Bahrain festivals and events. A complete ban on alcoho...

Culture of Bahrain - Manama
Culture of Bahrain Culture of Bahrain is mixture of many castes and religious believes. It has many sects jostling together, arts and music defining the nature of the people of Bahrain. Culture of Bahrain has been influenced on and often by the political unrest that has taken place. The Culture of Bahrain upholds the tradition of the inhabitants and at the same time presents us a modern picture of Bahrain. Predominantly a Muslim country, Culture of Bahrain is tolerant towards many other castes and sects. The people freely practice Christianity and also other Asian religion. The demography of Bahrain shows that besides the natives, there are also Palestinians, Omanis and Saudis. There are also people hailing from other foreign countr...