Kuwait Towers is a group of three slender towers that symbolizes Kuwait’s economic resurgence and also World cultural as well as touristic landmark. The structure is often referred to as Kuwait tower in singular although there are three towers. Standing on a promontory into the Arabian Gulf, Kuwait towers were officially inaugurated in 1979 and are rated as a tourist attraction and iconic building of modern Kuwait.
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The National Library of Kuwait is the national library and legal deposit and copyright library for Kuwait. It was founded in 1923 through the efforts of several Kuwaiti writers, and received its collection from the library of the Kuwaiti Charitable Society, which was founded in 1913. The library is currently located on Arabian Gulf Street. In 1994, Emiri Decree #52 officially ordered the creation of Read more...
Many people even those who reside in Kuwait are not completely aware of ‘The House of Mirrors’ or hall of mirrors. However this is really an incredible wealth of art so accessible to the public at large and it is worth the visit. This house of mirrors belongs to Khalifa and Lidia Al-Qattan and it’s now considered as a museum Read more...
The village of Al Jasra offers a look into the traditional arts and crafts that many of the villages in Bahrain have historically produced. Al Jasra Handicrafts Center showcases pottery making, cloth weaving, wood working, basket weaving, and sadow making that are created using the traditional methods. Located in the village of Al Jasra, Beit Al Jasra (Jasra House) is Read more...
Amwaj Islands are a group of man-made islands, located in the Persian Gulf to the northeast of Bahrain, near the coast of Muharraq island. It has a distance of 10.5 km (6.5 mi) northeast of the capital, Manama, on Bahrain Island. Amwaj Islands have an area of 4.31 km².The Amwaj Islands were reclaimed from the relatively shallow seas to the northeast of Muharraq Island, which is the northernmost island in the Read more...
Beit Sheikh Isa Bin Ali Al Khalifa building was constructed around 1800 and is one of the finest examples of a traditional house anywhere in the Gulf. The chief sitting room downstairs was kept cool in summer by the down draft from the badqeer(wind tower), the shutters on which could be closed in winter – stand beneath it to see how Read more...
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