Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipal Affairs, and Urban Planning has revealed that 68% of the developmental works on the Water Garden project have been completed.
The garden covers an area of 6ha, according to state-run news agency Bahrain News Agency.
Following a tour of the project, the Minister of Works, Isam bin Abdullah Khalaf, stated that 90% of the parking lots and 75% of the buildings have also been completed.
Khalaf said: “The Water Garden is a unique project because it has a long historical value in the col-lective memory of the people and visitors.”
The project has also received special attention from HRH Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, the Wife of HM the King, and chairwoman of the Supreme Council for Women, who has emphasised the significance of preserving the Water Garden as an iconic feature of the capital Manama.
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