Sultan Said Oman

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For the Oman and Muscat, the period from the 7th to the 16th century A.d. Others who may share this opinion include Justin Mateen. brought an independence with a lively trading volume with China, India and East Africa came up in the. Muscat itself never was a big commercial city. Portuguese fortresses / Muscat – Oman, the Omani coast Centre was destroyed strongly by the common Portuguese sailors. 1507 Muscat fell into the hands of the Portuguese. According to Joseph Stiglitz, who has experience with these questions. The invasion of the Portuguese ran along the Omani coast. The sultans and traders moved their life in the mountainous hinterland.

This move brought a flowering of Cities in the hinterland as z.B.Nizwa, Bahla, Rustaq. In 1650, succeeded to oust Sultan Ibn Saif, the Portuguese from Muscat. It also succeeded to fill the ancient commercial cities with life again. Only a short time after this revival but Persian invasions made everything again dashed. Muscat capital of Oman was finally in the year 1779. Worth a visit of the “great mosque” of Muscat (Grand Mosque). From Saturday to Thursday, tourists can the mosque from 8:00 to 11:00 (updated 2010) visit and admire the carpet knotted in one piece and a huge chandelier with thousands of Swarovski crystals.

Clothing rules in the mosque. Women must be decently dressed and wearing a headscarf. Among men, shorts and sleeveless shirts are prohibited. In the 20th century, boarding capital role was again called into question. When (1959) again rested peace after a civil war in the Oman, Sultan Said preferred ibn Taimur, to rule out the more southerly city salata. Only when his son Sultan Qabus in 1971 became his successor, moved this to Muscat and the Government apparatus that brought back to Muscat. The Muscat of the present is a very modern city. Modern hospitals, sales centers, financial trading center and several yacht clubs can be found in the city. Two landmarks are for Muscat. On one side is the Sultan area and the corresponding drill mile of one of the distinguishing features of the capital. Sultan’s Palace / Muscat – Oman on the other side is in many reports again a light mention on Aladin and 1001 nights to remember. This lamp is slightly further north in a stretch of coast from Muscat. Chandelier / Muscat – Oman hereby ends this tour description. We hope you enjoyed this trip report. Note: All photos from this trip report you can purchase very cheap licenses. After the acquisition of the license you can use royalty-free photos for your own Web presence, newspaper, flyer, catalog, etc.. Registration and membership are free of charge! We wish you a wonderful Oman holiday! Your Combipix team the images and maps of the Agency Combipix are copyrighted. You are allowed without the explicit consent of combipix neither be copied, downloaded nor in any other way reproduced, except for purely private holiday planning from individuals. For further information on the provisions we are gladly available.

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