Kuwait

Prayer times in Kuwait

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Payer Times for Cities in Kuwait

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About Kuwait

Kuwait, officially the State of Kuwait, is a country located at the tip of the Persian Gulf in Western Asia. It shares borders with Iraq to the north and Saudi Arabia to the south. Its strategic location along the Gulf has endowed it with a rich history and cultural heritage that is influenced by a multitude of civilizations. Kuwait City, the capital, is a vibrant metropolis teeming with modern architecture that stands alongside remnants of its historical past. The iconic Kuwait Towers, Al Hamra Tower, and the Grand Mosque are some of the remarkable landmarks in the city. Beyond the cityscape, Kuwait is also known for its deserts, with its shifting sand dunes offering an unusual beauty. Despite its small size, Kuwait plays a significant role in the global economic scene, thanks to its vast oil reserves, which are the world's sixth-largest. The nation has a high-income economy backed by a well-developed banking system, and its currency, the Kuwaiti Dinar, is among the highest-valued currencies globally. Furthermore, Kuwait is known for its philanthropy, particularly in humanitarian aid efforts. Cultural life is vibrant, with a strong tradition in arts, literature, music, and sports. A distinct part of Kuwait's culture is its traditional 'Diwaniyas', social gatherings that occur in dedicated reception rooms within the house, where men gather and converse about various topics. Kuwait's cuisine is a mix of Arabian, Persian, Indian, and Mediterranean cuisines, with dishes such as Machboos and Harees being very popular.