Bahla Fort originates from the tribe of Bani Nabhan, the tribe that dominated the central region of the Sultanate of Oman from the twelfth century until the end of the fifteenth century, and this massive fort was built with its walls and towers of undecorated brick, and this is testified to Stone foundation on the strength of Bani Nabhan.
Nizwa is considered one of the largest cities in the interior region of the Sultanate of Oman, which is the former capital of the Sultanate, and this city is famous for its history and culture as one of the oldest cities in the country, in addition to that it possesses many historical sites and ancient forts that can be visited, this is apart from It is home to various museums and galleries.
Jabrin Castle was built in 1675 AD, and it is one of the most famous picturesque castles in the Sultanate of Oman, and it was built by Imam Balarab bin Sultan Al-Arabi, who is from the Al-Arab family, and it is believed that he was a fan of arts and poetry, as he showed His admiration for scholars and poets, and this castle is famous for distinctive motifs and decorations, and still maintains old paintings, Arabic writings, Quranic verses, and poetry lines on the walls, which are admired by visitors.Read:Washington Landmarks
Mutrah Souq is one of the most famous ancient monuments that can be visited in the Sultanate of Oman, which is located in the Mutrah Corniche, where this market is distinguished by the stores that sell Omani and Indian handicrafts, in addition to many antiques found in the textiles and traditional hardware stores .
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is famous for being one of the most famous attractions in the Sultanate of Oman, and it is one of the most famous places that testify to modern Islamic architecture. For about 20,000 worshipers, and contains the second largest hand-made carpet in the world, which is 70 meters long and 60 meters wide. The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is an active place of worship, especially for Friday prayers.
Nakhal Fort was built on an ancient foundation that existed before Islam. It was built during the reign of Imam Saeed bin Sultan in 1834 AD, and this castle allows its visitors to enjoy clear views of the Al Batinah Plain from within the fort. Entirely around a rock, which is a common feature of building in Omani forts, in order to protect the forts from the problem of building sound foundations.Read:The most important Islamic monuments in Spain