Bahrain Neighboring Countries: Saudi Arabia
Regional Maps: Asia
, Middle East
Where is Bahrain?
Bahrain Satellite Image
Bahrain is located in the Middle East. Bahrain is bordered by the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Bahrain.
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Al Mamtalah, Al Manamah (Manama), Al Muharraq, Al Wasmiya, Ar Rifa ash Sharqi, Askar, Awali, Az Zallaq, Durrat al Bahrain, Isa, Jaww, Jidd Hafs, Madinat Isa, Mina' Salman, and Ra's al Barri.
Gulf of Bahrain and Persian Gulf.
Bahrain Natural Resources:
Bahrain is rich in oil and natural gas resources. Other natural resources include fish and pearls.
Bahrain Natural Hazards:
The issues that trouble the country of Bahrain include periodic droughts, and dust storms.
Bahrain Environmental Issues:
Bahrain has environmental issues which include the water and soil. There is damage to the coastlines, coral reefs, and sea vegetation resulting from oil spills and other discharges from large tankers, oil refineries, and distribution stations. There is a lack of freshwater sources, so groundwater and seawater are the only sources for the country's water needs. The country has desertification, resulting from the degradation of its limited arable land. Bahrain also experiences periods of drought and dust storms.
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