Persian Gulf is a gulf between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran. The community of the Gulf includes Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait. All of it is amazing and fascinating countries in its coastal zone. And now dwell on some of them.
The Kingdom of Bahrain (in arabic “two seas”) – consists of 33 islands in the west connecting with a highway bridge with the east coast of Saudi Arabia.
Bahrain is being the smallest Arab state, with a coastline of 161 km, successfully combines traditions with modern values.
You can communicate in Bahrain English, which is very convenient nowadays. Along with them are used in Persian and Urdu. Official language is Arabic.
State religion is Islam. 85% of the populations are Muslims, of which 70% are the Shiites. The Sunni minority includes the royal family. The remaining 15% of the non-Muslim population are Christians, adherents of Hinduism and Parseeism. Parseeism is the modern name of Zoroastrianism, the religion which was named after the prophet Zarathustra.
According to many dowries, this is the place where the Garden of Eden was located: such a variety of flora and fauna can’t be found anywhere else.
The official currency is the Bahraini Dinar. Bahraini Dinar costs 1000 fils.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) – the pearl of the Gulf, it fascinates with its huge number of water parks, shopping and exhibition centers, exotic markets, attractions and modern boutiques. It can rightly be called a good rest on the Cote d’Azur.
The main religion is Islam, but there are many Christians and Hindus.
Official language is Arabic, but English is also widely used.
The currency of United Arab Emirates is Dirham, which consists of 100 fils.
Qatar is a country of many historical and cultural monuments. The main attraction of Qatar is an amazing story, softer than in neighboring countries, Islamic traditions, unique culture and beautiful local crafts.
The bulk of the population of Qatar is Arab (40%), Pakistanis, Indians, Iranians. In total, the country is home to about 600 thousands. People mostly live in the Doha, the capital of the country, and the rest – who lives in numerous towns and villages, among them. The climate in Qatar is hot. The temperature sometimes rises in the summer months above 45 degrees Celsius.
Official religion is Islam.
Official language – Arabic, but English and Urdu are also in use.
The currency is Qatari Rial of 100 dirhams.