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58°35′31″E / 23.60861°N 58.59194°E / 23.60861; 58.59194The Capture of Muscat occurred in 1552, when an Ottoman fleet under Piri Reis attacked Muscat, modern Oman, and seized t...
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Capture of Muscat (1552)
58°35′31″E / 23.60861°N 58.59194°E / 23.60861; 58.59194The Capture of Muscat occurred in 1552, when an Ottoman fleet under Piri Reis attacked Muscat, modern Oman, and seized t...
Capture of Muscat (1552) - Wikipedia
Ministry of Finance (Oman)
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is the governmental body in the Sultanate of Oman responsible for all government financial matters.The current Minister Responsible for Financial Affairs is Darwish bin I...
Ministry of Finance (Oman) - Wikipedia
Omani French Museum
The Omani French Museum is a heritage museum, located in the former residence of the French Consul, Bait Faransa on Lane 9310, Qasr Al Alam Street, in the old quarter of Muscat, Oman.The white buildin...
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Bait al Zubair
Bait al Zubair is a museum, located near the Ministry of Information on Al Saidiya Street, Muscat Oman. It has a notable extensive collection of ancient weapons including khanjar, household equipment,...
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Qaboos bin Said al Said
Qaboos bin Said Al Said (Arabic: قابوس بن سعيد آل سعيد‎ Qābūs bin Saʿīd ʾĀl Saʿīd; born 18 November 1940) is the Sultan of Oman and its dependencies. He rose to power after overthrowing his ...
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Al Alam Palace
The Al Alam Palace is the ceremonial palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos of Oman located in Muscat.
"Al Alam" means "The Flag" in Arabic.
Al Alam Palace - Wikipedia
Fort Al-Mirani
Fort Al-Mirani is a fort in the harbour of the city of Muscat, Oman.
In the 1552 Capture of Muscat, an Ottoman force consisted in 4 galleons, 25 galleys, and 850 troops attacked the city of Muscat...
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Fort Al Jalali
Fort al-Jalali, or Ash Sharqiya Fort, is a fort in the harbor of the old city of Muscat, Oman. The fort was built by the Portuguese in the 1580s to protect the harbor after Muscat had twice been sack...
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Tawiyan
Tawiyan is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Sidab
Sidab is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Haramil
Haramil is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Riyam
Riyam is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Kalbuh
Kalbuh is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Muttrah
Muttrah, (Arabic: مطرح‎) administratively a district, is located in the Muscat province of Oman. Before the discovery of oil, Muttrah was the center of commerce in Oman (Muscat). It is st...
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Port Sultan Qaboos
Port Sultan Qaboos (previously known as Mina Qaboos) is the largest port in Muscat, Oman. Developed initially as a part of a plan for a "Greater Muttrah" by Qaboos bin Said al Said's predecessor Said ...
Ash Shutayfi
Ash Shutayfi is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Wadi Kabir
Wadi Kabir is a township near to Ruwi in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Suraj, Oman
Suraj is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.
Oman
Oman (/oʊˈmɑːn/ oh-MAAN; Arabic: عمان‎ ʻUmān), officially the Sultanate of Oman (Arabic: سلطنة عُمان‎ Salṭanat ʻUmān), is an Arab country in ...
Bayt al Falaj
Bayt al Falaj is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman. It was the site of Muscat's airport, prior to the opening of Muscat International Airport in 1973.
Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Oman)
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is the governmental body in the Sultanate of Oman responsible for regulating commerce and industries.
Central Bank of Oman
The Central Bank of Oman was established in December 1974 and began operations on 1 April 1975. It replaced the Oman Currency Board as the principal currency authority in Oman. The Central Bank of Oma...
Sultan's Armed Forces Museum
The Sultan's Armed Forces Museum is a military history museum, located in the 150 year-old Bait Al Falaj Fort, the headquarters for Sultan Said bin Sultan's Armed Forces on Al Mujamma Street, Muscat, ...
Hamriyah
Hamriyah is a village in Muscat, in northeastern Oman.This should not be confused with Hamriyah Port, Sharjah or Al Hamriya Port, Dubai.
Ruwi
Ruwi is commercial hub and the main business district of Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.It's located around 5 km from the main residential localities of Al-Khuwair, Madinat Al Sultan Qaboos, Shati Al-...
Ruwi - Wikipedia
Ministry of Education (Oman)
The Ministry of Education (MOE) is the governmental body in the Sultanate of Oman responsible for the educational system preceding university education (which is supervised by the Ministry of Higher E...
Muscat Governorate
Muscat is a governorate (region) of the Sultanate of Oman. Its largest city is Muscat. The governorate of Muscat is sometimes referred to as Masqat to differentiate it from the city.
Muscat Govern...
Naseem Garden
23°37′N 58°32′E / 23.61°N 58.54°E / 23.61; 58.54 (Naseem Garden) 58°32′E / 23.61°N 58.54°E / 23.61; 58.54 (Naseem Garden)Naseem Garden i...
Indian School, Darsait
Indian School Darsait is an Indian Community School in Muscat under the supervision of the Indian Embassy in Oman. This school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education Of India. It is loc...
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