The most important landmarks of Muscat

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Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the second largest mosque in the world, due to its capacity to accommodate 20,000 worshipers at the same time, and the height of its central dome reaches approximately 49 meters, which is considered one of the most important features of the city of Muscat, Oman , As it was built by order of Sultan Qaboos, by announcing a competition to choose the best design for the mosque, and the construction plan that relied on the design chosen spanned several years;
It is worth noting that this mosque was opened in the month of May 2001 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the rule of Sultan Qaboos, but what really raises interest is the large chandeliers decorated with huge jewels, which hang over the prayer hall for men, where the width reaches Approximately 8 meters, and the length is about 14 meters, and adorned by 600,000 pieces of gilded crystal, and 100 lights illuminated, and given the foregoing, there is no wonder surprising of her weight of 9,000 kilograms.

Island of stallion

Al Fahal Island, which is located 4 kilometers from the mainland, is one of the most important landmarks that characterize the city of Muscat, and it is a natural reserve that includes many marine creatures and coral reefs, just as many islands in Oman, as for In its composition, it is of marl, and the Eocene limestone, which dates back to a period ranging between (35-55) million years, bearing in mind that the area covered by this island is 2.24 square kilometers.

Muscat National Museum

The Muscat National Museum (English: National Museum), which achieves a wonderful harmony with the Sultan’s Palace, which is located in the opposite side of it in the center of the old city of Muscat, is a wonderful landmark of its landmarks, and it contains many artifacts, and artifacts that focus on quality more than the number With interest in the use of lights, area and height, in order to add magnificence and beauty to valuable exhibits, as well as the use of modern technological means, such as huge screens, advanced technical devices, and multimedia, especially with regard to the marine section in it.

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