Oman

How I Almost Did Not Get into a Mosque

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There had been neither radio nor television in Oman until 1970, only one post office, one hospital and three boys’ schools in the whole country. Local people had lived in clay brick houses or shacks made out of palm tree… (READ MORE)

At the Market in Muscat

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If you visit any Arab city you should definitely also visit a local market. In Muscat, the Omani capital, is the traditional bazaar Souq Matrah located near the port. Tourists and local people are walking or lounging on the promenade…. (READ MORE)

Oman – A Breeze of Incense Smell

Approaching the metropolis of Oman by ship we could see a town like from exotic fairy-tales: low white buildings, narrow minarets of mosques and pink-and-brown silhoulettes of the mountain Al-Hadjar with old fortresses and guard towers in the background. A… (READ MORE)

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