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The Central Governorate (Arabic: المحافظة الوسطى Al Muhafazah al Wustah) was one of the five governorates of Bahrain until September 2014. It included parts of the former municipalities of Al Mintaqah al Wusta, Ar Rifa' wa al Mintaqah al Janubiyah, Madinat 'Isa, Sitrah and A'ali.
Cities, towns & villages in Central Governorate
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Al Budayyi‘Al Budaiya (Arabic: البديع‎‎) is a coastal town located in the northwestern region of Bahrain Island, in the Northern Governorate of the Kingdom of Bahrain. It neighbors the villages of Diraz and Bani Jamra. Budaiya is the most fertile area in the country, irrigated from a large concentration of freshwater springs and aquifers. It is the location of most farms, stables, and traditional gulf family farms/retreats nakhal. The town serves as one end-point of the Budaiya Road, which runs to Manama. The regions on either side of road are colloquially referred to as Budaiya. Show Al Budayyi‘on the map
Madīnat ḨamadMadinat Hamad or Hamad Town (Arabic: مدينة حمد‎‎; transliterated: Madīnat Ḥamad) is a primarily commuter city within northern Bahrain. It was a municipality of Bahrain in the central part of the country. It was split from the municipality of Ar Rifa' wa al Mintaqah al Janubiyah in 1991. Its territory is now in the Northern Governorate. Its name refers to the current king of Bahrain, Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifah. The city is culturally diverse, housing a proportionally mixed Shia-Sunni population of varying socio-economic backgrounds. Today, Hamad Town is an epitome of Bahraini multiculturalism, with no single ethnic or religious group making up the majority of inhabitants. Show Madīnat Ḩamadon the map
Al JanabīyahJanabiyah is a village situated in the north-west of Bahrain, close to the Gulf of Bahrain. It is located south of Bani Jamra and to the west of the village of Saar. It is under the Northern Governorate administrative region of the country. The village is mainly popular for its camel farms that host around 100 camels. Show Al Janabīyahon the map
Ash ShākhūrahShakhura , sometimes transliterated as Shakura) is a village situated in north-central Bahrain. It is a part of the Northern Governorate administrative region. The village is notable for its burial mounds, which have been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Show Ash Shākhūrahon the map
SalmābādSalmabad is a place in the center of Bahrain Island. Many businesses and factories are located in the Salmabad area. It has been developed as an industrial area in Bahrain. Among Bahrain's cities and towns are: There are many other small towns and villages in Bahrain: Show Salmābādon the map
Ad DirāzDiraz (Arabic: الدراز‎‎) is a village on the northwest coast of Bahrain. It lies to the east of Budaiya, west of Barbar and north of Bani Jamra. Two Dilmun era archaeological sites, namely Diraz Temple and Ain Umm Sujoor, are located in this village. Show Ad Dirāzon the map
DumistānDumistan (Arabic: دمستان) is a coastal village situated on the western shore of Bahrain. It is situated to the north of Karzakan and west of Hamad Town, in the Northern Governorate administrative region of the country. Show Dumistānon the map
JannūsānJannusan (Arabic: جنوسان) is a village in Bahrain, near Sar. A large number of foreigners, especially Britons, Americans and Japanese reside in the aforementioned area. Show Jannūsānon the map
BārbārBarbar (Arabic: باربار‎‎) is a village in the north of Bahrain. It lies between Diraz and Jannusan. The Dilmun era Barbar Temple is located near the village. Show Bārbāron the map
Bū QūwahBu Quwah (Arabic: بو قوة , sometimes transliterated as Buquwa or Abu Quwah) is a small village situated in north-central Bahrain. Show Bū Qūwahon the map
Al QadamAl Qadam is a village in the northern region of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Show Al Qadamon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Central Governorate
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Central GovernorateThe Central Governorate (Arabic: المحافظة الوسطى Al-Muḥāfaẓat al-Wusṭā‎‎) was one of the five governorates of Bahrain until September 2014. It included parts of the former municipalities of Al Mintaqah al Wusta, Ar Rifa' wa al Mintaqah al Janubiyah, Madinat 'Isa, Sitrah and A'ali.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Central Governorate
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Al MuḩammadīyahUmm as Sabaan (Arabic: ام الصبان‎‎) is an islet in Bahrain. It lies off the north western corner of Bahrain Island, near Budaiya village, and east of Jidda Island, located in Persian Gulf. It has a distance of 15 km (9.3 mi) west of the capital, Manama, on Bahrain Island.Show on map
Umm an Na‘sānUmm an Nasan island (Arabic: ام النعسان‎‎) is the fifth largest island in Bahrain.It has a distance of 17.5 km (10.9 mi) east of the capital, Manama, on Bahrain Island.Show on map