Prepare to be stunned by the distinct Omani architecture as you stroll along the promenade by Gulf of Oman and linger over tea at street cafés…
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Tales of djinns, haunted fort and abandoned village – Bahla Fort and Al Hamra in Oman
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The Wilayat of Bahla in the Governorate of Al Dakhiliyah is one of the most famous tourist and heritage destinations in the Sultanate. It is noted for its…
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Top places to visit in Oman – key attractions, Unesco and historic sites and places of interest to visit in this historic city…
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Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of a 2-part series profiling Oman. Part 1 was published in last week’s Real Life section.
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World Architecture Community News – Five UNESCO World Heritage Sites that need to be seen In Oman…
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The tourism sector is one of the growing industries that has a promising future in contributing to the national GDP as well as create job opportunities.
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Muscat : With the inclusion of Oman’s ancient city of Qalhat to Unesco’s World Heritage List, at Unesco’s 42nd session of the World Heritage Committee meeting in Bahrain, (June 24-July 4, 2018), sultanate joins Saudi Arabia as the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), leader with five heritage sites each.
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