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23 Jun 2017
“Just Ruins !”
29 Apr 2017
“No much to see but historically important ”
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

Had visited in April 2017 – it is in an isolated area and there was no entrance fee – there is a visitors center area were photographs and write up about the place is displayed – the temple is just in ruins with a well...More

1  Thank USAKrsna
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Bahrain was a very important trading centre since the 4th millennium BC and this place was its religious core of the Dilmun kingdom. The ruins are very basic with only a few interesting reconstructed parts, but if you are nearby it is worth fort its...More

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 15 March 2017

There really isn't much left of this temple. There is a very small one room tourist building that has some information but unless you're in the area don't make the trip. It's kind of in the middle of a residential zone so it's tricky to...More

Thank RoundTheWorld38
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

This site is not so often visited by tourists but it has really impressive history. Dedicated to the god of water but currently the spring is dry.

Thank smallhausen1
Reviewed 26 January 2017

we had booked an archaeological tour of Bahrain with Farhat Tours (an excellent company) and so we went, inter alia, to the remains of these very old temples which had recently been excavated. And ... we had the site to ourselves. You won't need long...More

Thank global-traveller48
Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

Although it's free and there is plenty of parking the visit is very underwhelming. The visitor centre is little more than a room with 4 boards and the ruins themselves are a 2 minute view.

Thank Matt115
Reviewed 14 November 2015 via mobile

It is located in the Barbar area of Bahrain. Its history goes back to Dilmun civilization, when people used to worship idols on the island. 1. Don't follow the google maps as it takes you from the other side of the temple, where there is...More

Thank Umair_albalooshi
Reviewed 25 February 2014

Right now, this is a few holes in the ground with some shaped rocks there that you can identify as walls. Some signage, any signage would have been very nice. There was a nice, new visitor's center building that had nothing in it.

1  Thank Wandering_Outlier
Reviewed 13 February 2014 via mobile

You won't find much in there to explore. But it is just one time visit place. This is the place where the head of a bull was dug out, which is also bahrain's national treasure probably

1  Thank Sidharth G
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