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Legend says that the tomb of Bibi Maryam was built by the King of Hormuz Bahauddin Ayez, or that her tomb is a site of a mosque that Lady Maryam built for herself, as her final resting place.At the peak of Qalhat’s glory, this tomb must have been a stunning, mystical place.This coastal country has been blessed with breathtaking natural views ranging from vast turquoise oceans to cocoa brown mountaintops, and is the home to many legends, ancient structures and ultra-modern architecture.We explore 10 must see attractions, sites and sights in Oman, from Muscat to Nizwa and from Sur to Majlis Al Jinn. One of the oldest markets in the Arab world because of Oman’s rich trade history, the souq is filled with various stalls and shops, some of which are hidden away in dark lanes beautifully lit by antique lights, making the architecture of the souk one of its prominent features.It played an important role in the 14th and 15th centuries for the Kingdom of Hormuz and was an important stop on the Indian Ocean trade network.Today, hardly anything remains of the great city of Qalhat except for one landmark, the tomb of Bibi Maryam, also known as the Mausoleum of Lady Maryam.

Being one of its kind in the whole region, the institution hosts different shows and artists from all over the world.The city of Sur is a coastal and ancient port town that is around 300 km away from Muscat.Sur was actually one of the regions occupied by the Portuguese back in the 16th century.This radiant place of worship is a stunning masterpiece of architecture, design and spirituality.Made out of tonnes of Indian sandstone, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is one of the most beautiful architectural landmarks of the whole region, built before any of the other grand mosques.

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