Bahrain Architecture

Bahrain Architecture refers to the architectural styles, designs, and structures prevalent in the Kingdom of Bahrain, a small island country in the Persian Gulf. Bahrain’s architecture reflects its long and rich history, which dates back more than 5,000 years. Bahrain’s traditional architecture includes structures made of coral stone, mud, and palm fronds. These buildings were designed to cope with the country’s hot climate and often feature wind towers and courtyards that provide natural ventilation and cooling.

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