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East Of Salalah is one of the Places to visit in Salalah Oman, it includes the historical part Of Salalah; the ancient ruins of the famous city Sumharam (Khor Rohri) -Salalah Attractions. The town was the easternmost outpost of the Hadramaut kingdom on the ancient frankincense trade route between the Mediterranean Sea, the Persian Gulf, and India. Khor Rohri was an important port on the coast of Dhofar and one of the main commercial cities of frankincense, probably even the center and main port for shipping
Khawr Ruri: is the largest reserve in the Governorate of Dhofar. It is considered the most attractive to tourists as it contains Khawr Ruri port, famo.. read more
Ain Razat is the most important source of spring water in Dhofar. It used to be one of the main sources of water for Salalah. It's water, as well as s.. read more
Jebel Al Qara is a mountain range shaped as a half moon situated north of Salalah of about 100 km and 2500 meters tall. Between June and September, wi.. read more
Mausoleum of Bin Ali, Bin Ali Rd. Mohammed Bin Ali was a 14th-century local Islamic scholar, and this structure is actually a mosque built over his to.. read more
Mirbat Castle: Currently, under restoration, this fortress was under siege during the Battle of Mirbat in 1972... read more
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