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The geographical location of the Sultanate of Oman
The Sultanate of Oman enjoys a strategic location, as it is located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and is located at the confluence of the Arabian Sea and the Arabian Gulf, bordered on the southwestern side by Yemen, on the south and east by the Arabian Sea, on the north by the Gulf of Oman, and on the northwest by the United Arab Emirates, On the west, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Climate of the Sultanate of Oman
The Sultanate of Oman possesses a dry, humid, and hot climate throughout the year, and it is considered a little rainy, and it is characterized by a short winter months, with the exception of the remote southern region, where it witnesses light monsoons, and cold winds from the Indian Ocean, and perhaps the warmest months are: July, August and September with a temperature of about 38 degrees Celsius, as well as temperatures in the desert to about 49 degrees Celsius, and the temperature drops in the winter to reach mostly around 13 degrees Celsius, and is excluded from this upper tributaries of the northern mountains.
The Sultanate of Oman possesses a distinctive nature, the land of which is distinguished by the beauty of Khallab, and the country invokes the ancient Arab image, which is represented by the beauty of the desert deeply rooted in its rich history. Which includes beaches full of rare coral reefs, sea turtles, and migratory birds, in addition to the presence of Dhofar Lakes, the turtle reserve, the Sirin Valley Reserve, and many natural valleys, and this nature helped to enhance tourism in the country.
Omani history and culture
The Sultanate of Oman possesses a distinct history and culture, and the history and culture of the country can be identified by viewing its museums, such as: Sultan Ahmed Forces Museum, the National Museum, and the Omani Heritage Museum, and the country can also be recognized through its major mosques, including the Sultan Qaboos Mosque in the Omani capital, Muscat, In addition to popular cities such as: Dhofar, Musandam and Buraimi.