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An ancient land rich in culture and history, the Kingdom of Bahrain is also characterized by a cosmopolitan outlook and modernization. An archipelago of 33 islands, Bahrain lies in the Arabian Gulf with Saudi Arabia to its west and Qatar to the south east. Bahrain, with a causeway connecting it to Saudi Arabia holds a strategic location in the Middle East and provides convenient access to all areas of the world.
The landscape of modern skyscraper buildings and highways is mixed with mosques old and new, and lively traditional markets, or souqs.
Often labeled as the “Gateway to the Gulf”, this can be seen in a diverse and tolerance among population. Arabic is the official language, but English is widely used in business and is compulsory in schools.