Muharraq is located in the far north of the Kingdom of Bahrain, specifically on the island of Muharraq. The area of Muharraq is 30 km and is constantly increasing due to the large number of projects both for public housing and private housing projects such as the Amwaj Islands project with a population of approximately 120,000 people. The island of Muharraq is linked to the island of Umm Qasr three bridges, Sheikh Hamad Bridge linking Manama and Muharraq Sheikh Isa bin Salman Bridge and connects the north-eastern corner of the coast of Manama And the shore of Muharraq. Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Bridge connects the Hadd area in Muharraq and Mina Salman in Manama, the most modern bridge. The Kingdom of Bahrain is also establishing other bridges connecting the islands of Muharraq and Manama. There is a northern bridge from the diplomatic area linking Al-Busayteen, specifically Bahrain Financial Harbor and Bahrain Harbor Muharraq is famous for its important landmarks such as the Sheikh Isa Bin Ali Al Khalifa House, Arad Castle and other monuments.