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Kuwait

The State of Kuwait occupies a space extending to 17,818 square kilometers in the southwestern part of the Asian continent, which is one of the countries of the Middle East region, and it shares borders from the eastern side with the Persian Gulf, and shares borders with the Republic of Iraq from the northern and western sides, and its borders with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia come From the south. Statistics of the population census for the year 2014 AD indicate that the population of Kuwait has exceeded approximately 4 million people, distributed among Kuwaiti origin and other ethnic groups, so the indigenous population constitutes 60% of the total number, and the Arabs account for 27.9%, and the rest of the proportions are divided between Africans and South Asians. The State of Kuwait also enjoyed a great position in the northern Arabian Gulf region after its inhabitants had practiced diving, searching for pearls, and trading in it in the region between India and the Arabian Peninsula, thanks to which it became a major port for the Arabian Peninsula and Mesopotamia.

Tourism in Kuwait

The Kuwaiti government focuses most of its attention on the tourism sector in the country, especially after the independence of the state, so the government took great care to provide the requirements of comfort for the citizen and the tourist in it, and the newly established tourist attractions are considered a means of providing comfort, the most important of which are Kuwait Towers, the ski hall and many other features. In addition, the government has attached great importance to the ancient heritage in presenting Kuwaiti history and its vision to the contemporary world, as is the case of Failaka Island, Kuwait National Museum, Beit Dickson and many other landmarks.

Kuwait Landmarks

Among the most important monuments and tourism in Kuwait:

  • Sheikh Mubarak’s booth: The Sheikh Mubarak booth building consists of only two floors, and it occupies a space in the vicinity of the Tamr Market next to the Sarraf Square, and was named as the headquarters and main council of Sheikh Mubarak Al-Sabah during his tenure in power over the country.
  • Qurain House: This house is considered the center of the Kuwaiti resistance during the Kuwaiti-Iraqi war, and the battle events erupted on the twenty-fourth of February of the year 1991 AD, and later became a museum for glorifying the traces of the martyrs and perpetuating their memory.
  • Kuwait Wall Gates: It is five gates that remained steadfast despite the collapse of the surrounding wall, and left as they are to remain a memorial to the ancient Kuwaiti history.
  • Archeological palaces, including:
    • Sword Palace.
    • Musharraf Palace.
    • Khazal Palace.
    • Bayan Palace.
  • Museums, including:
    • Kuwait National Museum.
    • Educational Scientific Museum.
    • Pete Dixon.
  • The constellations, the most important of which are:
    • Kuwait Towers.
    • The red tower.
  • Technology centers, the most important of which are the Scientific Center and the Al-Ajiri Observatory.
  • Commercial centers.

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