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Karbabad (Arabic: كرباباد‎‎) is a village situated in the northern part of the Kingdom of Bahrain, along the northern coastline bordering the Persian Gulf. The village is famously known for being close to the location of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Qal'at al-Bahrain.[1]

The village was known for its beach, however in recent years, land reclamation has resulted in the once sea-front village to be up to 2 km inwards. Residents of the village have complained about land reclamation, claiming that "it is destroying their heritage".[2]


  1. ^ A'ali, Mohammed (28 May 2006). "Fort museum work sparks a row". Gulf Daily News. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Torr, Rebecca (31 July 2010). "Villagers march to save beaches". Gulf Daily News. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 

Coordinates: 26°14′N 50°32′E / 26.233°N 50.533°E / 26.233; 50.533