National Day Celebrations - Bahrain This Month.
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National Holidays in Bahrain in 2019. Home; Countries; Bahrain; Year Planner; Subscribe to Calendar. List of Holidays in Bahrain in 2019. Day Date Holiday Name Type Comments; Tuesday: Jan 01: New Year's Day: National Holiday: Wednesday: May 01: Labour Day: National Holiday: International Workers' Day: Tuesday: Jun 04: Eid Al Fitr: National Holiday: End of Ramadan: Wednesday: Jun 05: Eid.
National Day celebrations are very long and widespread in Bahrain, extending through the entire month of December and including a wide array of events in every part of the island. There are fireworks displays, impressive lights shows at night, colourful decoration of public monuments, flags set out all along the highways, folk dancing and singing, carnivals, “air parades,” heritage shows.
Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) is hosting a wide range of events and activities to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s 89th National Day. The events, to be held from September 19 until September 23, are aimed to strengthen the bilateral relations between both Kingdoms.
Bahrain marks its 46th national day on Saturday. Bahrain, pictured in contemporary times, was the scene of a particularly fascinating essay on expat life in the 1980s.
This PowerPoint explains why Bahrain celebrates National Day and also what makes the Kingdom of Bahrain so special. Finally it challenges learners to build a country of their own.
National Day in Bahrain Date in the current year: December 16, 2020 National Day is celebrated in Bahrain every year on December 16. This public holiday was established to celebrate the accession of Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the first Emir of Bahrain, on December 16, 1961. Bahrain became a protectorate of the United Kingdom in the 1800s. The.