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Sultanate of Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is located in the west of the Asian continent, and its area is approximately 309,500 km2, as it occupies the third position among the countries of the Arabian Peninsula in terms of area, and the Sultanate is bordered by the northern borders of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and on the west by the Republic of Yemen, and bordered to the northeast by the United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also shares its maritime borders with: Iran, Uzbekistan, the Emirates and Yemen, in addition to the southern coast in the northeast of the Sultanate that overlooks the Arabian Sea and the Sea of ​​Oman.


The system of government in the Sultanate of Oman is distinguished as a hereditary sultan, and the current Sultan of Oman is considered Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taimur Al Said with the longest rule of rule from the rulers who are still alive in the Middle East, and the Omani constitution does not allow the multiplicity of political parties, although it guarantees The right to vote for every Omani citizen who has reached the age of twenty-one to choose members of the Shura Council.


According to estimates for the year 2020 AD, the population of the Sultanate of Oman reached 4,592,115 people, most of whom live in the Governorate of Muscat and the Al Batinah Governorate, and the rest of the population is distributed in the governorates, cities, and other villages, although the vast area of ​​the Sultanate remains unoccupied, especially the areas in the center of the country.

What is the Sultanate of Oman famous for?

Craft industries

It is famous for the famous Omani daggers industry, the silver industry, as well as the manufacture of wooden ships, handicrafts, and the manufacture of ceramic wares and palms.


  • Ras Al Hamra website.
  • Archaeological site and bar.
  • Khor Rori site.
  • Doka Valley website.
  • Dinah historic Al-Baleed.
  • Al-Suwaih site.
  • Ras Al Jinz site.
  • Ras al-Hadd site.
  • Shesr website.
  • Wadi Shab young site.
  • Ain Hamran site.

Copper mining

Oman has been famous for copper mining and smelting since the Bronze Age, that is, the beginning of the third millennium BC, due to the abundance of raw copper in its territory.

Architecture art

Oman abounds in a lot of civilizational evidence of architecture, as Omani buildings are characterized by simple and luxurious traditional buildings at the same time. It is built according to the movement of air currents in order to overcome the rise in temperature in the summer, and the Sultan Qaboos Mosque is the largest witness to Islamic architecture in Oman.

Omani dress

The Sultanate of Oman is famous for its diverse heritage costumes, which are distinguished by its colors and shapes that reflect the civilization and originality of Omani society, as all members of Omani society, men, children and women, keep on wearing and proud of them, and Omani fashion is characterized by its simplicity and elegance.

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