Abdullah Al Zayed House for bahraini press heritage Opening Date: November 2003. Opening Hours: Sat - Thur 8:00am - 1:00pm 4:00pm - 7:00pm. The Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press Heritage was the first restoration project undertaken by the Shaikh Ebrahim Center with private sponsors.
Today, the Bahrain National Museum is one of the island’s main cultural landmarks. Conceived and designed by Krohn and Hartvig Rasmussen, the outstanding building is characterized by its white travertine marble facade and is centrally located on an artificial peninsula overlooking the island of Muharraq.
Overall, the 3.5 kilometre trail consists of 17 buildings around the city of Muharraq, as well as three offshore oyster beds, part of the seashore and the Bu Maher fort. The buildings include the homes of wealthy merchants, shops, storehouses and a mosque.
Beit Al Qur'an (Arabic: بيت القرآن , meaning: the House of Qur'an) is a multi-purpose complex dedicated to the Islamic arts and is located in Hoora, Bahrain. Established in 1990, the complex is most famous for its Islamic museum, which has been acknowledged as being one of the most renowned Islamic museums in the world.
The gallery includes a small shop, where you can pick up a range of gift items, like postcards and copies of calligraphy artworks. Plan to visit Busaad Art Gallery and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Al Muharraq attractions using our Al Muharraq visit planner.
Muharraq (Arabic: المحرق ; transliterated: Al-Muḥarraq) is Bahrain's third largest city and served as its capital until 1932 when it was replaced by Manama. The population of Muharraq in 2012 was 176,583. The city is located on Muharraq Island and has long been a centre of religiosity.
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Muharraq, Bahrain The Mohammed bin Faris Sut Music House was opened on 12 September, 2005 as a museum commemorating the achievements of the Bahraini singer and musician Mohammed bin Faris. Mohammed bin Faris was a master of a type of music that originated in the Arabian Gulf region, the Sut.
Diyar Al Muharraq, one of the leading urban developers in the Kingdom of Bahrain, welcomed the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sunni Endowment (Awqaf), Shaikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa during an inspection visit to the site of the Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa Grand Mosque recently.
At Shaikh Isa bin Ali House, see the residence of the monarch of Bahrain, who ruled from 1869 to 1932. Located in the heart of old town, the house showcases a traditional Islamic architectural style. Take a tour and see the design of the rooms built around four courtyards.
Isa ibn Ali Al Khalifa, KCIE, CSI was the ruler of Bahrain from 1869 until his death. His title was Hakim of Bahrain. He is one of the longest reigning monarchs of the region, a reign lasting 63 years. He was forced by the British Political Advisor to abdicate in 1923, although this "abdication" was never recognised by Bahrainis who considered his successor Hamad only as a viceruler until Isa's death in 1932.
Siyadi House, also known as Bayt Siyadi (Arabic: بيت سيادي) is a historic building in Muharraq City, Kingdom of Bahrain. It is part of a larger complex of buildings constructed for the pearl merchant Abdullah bin Isa Siyadi, which further includes a mosque and a majlis.