Bahrain promotes pearling past at the Pearling Path


You can find the Isa Bin Ali House, home of the former ruler of Bahrain, along the Pearling Path. — Arabbi/Wikipedia

On and around the southernmost point of Muharraq city, close to Bahrain’s capital Manama, the Pearling Path is at its final stages of renovation to offer visitors by the end of 2022 a brand new experience of the country’s past glory, built on the pearl industry.

The historical Pearling Path was inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List in 2012.

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