Muscat: Muscat is the Capital of Oman and it is the known seat of the government. Muscat is an old city full of natural landscapes like the Hajar Mountains which dominate the Landscape of Muscat. The City lies on the Northern of Oman and it lies on the Arabian Sea where it has a strategic position on Hormuz.
The city referred to as “Muscat” is in fact three smaller towns they are:
The National Museum: The National Museum is the Oman’s flagship cultural institution, showcasing the Sultanate’s cultural heritage from the earliest evidence of human settlement in the Oman Peninsula through to the present day.
As a national institution with global outreach, the Museum is ensuring that Oman’s cultural heritage is recognised and appreciated not only within the Sultanate, but also internationally. Through an interchange of knowledge and skills on issues of cultural heritage, it is helping to build a national and international network based on unity and mutual support. Further, it is providing opportunities for cultural expression, innovation and the transfer of traditional skills and knowledge from one generation to the next.
Sultan’s Armed force Museum: The Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum is a military history museum, located in the 150-year-old Bait Al Falaj Fort, once the headquarters for Sultan Said bin Sultan’s Armed Forces, located on Al Mujamma Street, in the Ruwi area near Muscat, Oman
The Bait Al Zubair Museum: Bait Al Zubair is cultural foundation started initially with a private museum that opened its carved wooden doors to the public in 1998. Vision :Pioneering in the heritage, culture and arts sectors. Mission:The institutional and systematic definition of Omani heritage, and the organisation of specific cultural initiatives, projects, and programmes that are in line with the aspirations of the cultural scene and express the responsibility of the institution culturally and cognitively in serving the heritage and culture.
Oman Heritage Museum: The Museum of Omani Heritage is a heritage museum, located near the Ministry of Information on Al Alam Street, Muscat, Oman.
The museum opened on 17 November 1974, and has a detailed collection of archaeological objects and information including architecture, agriculture and minerals, trade routes, dhows, firearms, and art and crafts of Oman.
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