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Nizwa Oman the well-known old capital of Oman. About 140 KM from Muscat. It was named after an old water spring. Formerly Nizwa was a center of Islamic learning, a center of trade and religion as well. Jebrine is a small town in the northeastern of Oman, famous for its Fort. Bahla is a UNESCO World Heritage Site town, located 40 km away from Nizwa, and about 200 km from Oman's capital Muscat which lies in the Ad Dakhiliyah region of Oman. It is notable as the home of one of the oldest fortress in the country, the 13th-century Bahla Fort and the town's pottery. The fortress and the town are enclosed by extensive remnants of a 12-km long fortified wall. Most buildings are constructed of traditional mud brick, many of them are hundreds of years old. A short distance beyond Bahla lies the Castle of Jabreen, a massive three-story structure built during Al Ya'ruba dynasty in the mid of 17th century. The castle is a fine example of Islamic architecture with beautiful wooden inscriptions and paintings on its ceilings. Bahla is also famous for black magic.
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The Tour offers spectacular drive through the Hajar Mountains via Fanja, Sumail and Izk stop at Birkat Al Mauz, head to Nizwa .the well- known old Capital Of Oman and the most famous spot among all tourist attractions in Oman .visit Nizwa Fort Oman Which dates back to Mid of the 17th century .the fort offers scenic views to the ancient town and the surrounding mountains - must see attraction in Oman .
Drive for a stop in the charming town of Bahla with its well known Fort which dates back to 14 centuries. Continuing on to the superb Jebrin Castle, the castle dates back to the year 1670. Jebrin Castle was a learning center for the study of Islamic Law, History, Arabic, Medicine and Astrology. This castle is the most magnificent among Omani forts.
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