|Native name: جزيرة المحرق|
Muharraq Island (Bahrain)
|Population||110 964  (as of 2010)|
|Ethnic groups||Bahraini 62.4%, non-Bahraini 37.6|
Muharraq Island (Arabic: جزيرة المحرق), formerly known as Moharek, is the third largest island in the archipelago of Bahrain after Bahrain Island and Hawar Island. It is named after Muharraq City, the former capital of Bahrain.
There are several towns and villages located on the Island, including:
- Al Muharraq
- Al Dair
- Arad, formerly a separate island of its own
- Halat Bu Maher
- Halat Nuaim (connected by road)
- Halat Seltah (connected by road)
- Shaikh Hamad Bridge: From Muharraq City to Diplomatic Area
- Shaikh Isa bin Salman Causeway: From Muharraq City/Busaiteen to Diplomatic Area
- Shaikh Khalifa Bridge: From Hidd to Juffair
- "Bahrein", Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. III, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1878, p. 240.
- "Bahrein Islands", Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th ed., Vol. III, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1911, p. 212.
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