The Kingdom of Bahrain is an archipelago of more than 33 islands; the largest amongst them is Bahrain Island. The Kingdom of Bahrain is situated on the western shores of the Arabian Gulf. It covers a total land area of 765 km2, and is approximately 60 km long and 18 km wide.

Bahrain’s capital and largest city is Manama, a major financial center, and home to a very diverse population. Bahrain International Airport is located in Muharraq, the second largest island after Bahrain. Moreover, the 25km-long King Fahad Causeway links the Kingdom of Bahrain with the Eastern region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The 'Al Khalifa' family has ruled Bahrain since 1783, overseeing its development into a major commercial and banking centre.

Bahrain’s total population is estimated to be around 1,200,000, including a significant number of expatriates, making it a highly cosmopolitan society.

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