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Where is Oman and its capital?
This part is separated from the mainland. The eclipse is now called Madha, which is surrounded by the United Arab Emirates. Oman's current birthplace has been called by various names throughout history and has undergone changes. In some texts, Omana and Oman are also named. Oman is a non-Arabic word, but its most prominent old letters were Megan and its alterations were Majan.
In ancient times, Majan was the name of a province in southern Iran, which was later called Makran. The name Makran is also used for the region of present-day Oman, which has had a lot to do with the shipbuilding industry and copper mines or Nahas in the Sumerian language.
Oman is known as the Sultanate of Oman because it is in the best position and is one of the kingdoms of the Middle East and is located in the east of the Arabian Peninsula. Muscat, the capital of this beautiful and very desirable Arab country, which attracts many tourists. It is good to know that Oman reaches the Arabian Sea from the east and the Oman Sea from the north, and it borders Yemen in the south and the United Arab Emirates in the east. It is good to know that this country has a sea border with Iran. Travel to Oman to different cities and enjoy the beauty.
The capital of Oman
Muscat is the largest city and capital of Oman. Iranians know the city of Muscat because of its famous and delicious halva, Muscati. Usually, Oman travel tours are held to its two tourist cities, Muscat and Salalah. Muscat, the capital of Oman, is located in Oman. Muscat is known as the largest provincial city of the same name, Muscat. The name of this city in Arabic means "place of fall" but the reason for naming it is different; its language is Arabic and currency is Omani Rials.
In general, the tourist attractions in Muscat tour can be divided into natural attractions and historical places. So a trip to Muscat Oman can be a good option for adventurers and nature lovers. Oman sightseeing and tourist place can be named as follows:
Mirani Castle is the first large castle in Muscat, built during the Portuguese era to control the Gulf of Oman.
Oman Diving Club:
This center and the maritime club of Bandar Roza are one of the most complete and modern diving clubs in the world, which in addition to training professional sea diving, diving tours and underwater swimming. Muscat is a coastal city with the Oman Sea on one side and the Hijr and Akhdar mountain ranges on the other. The most important tourist beaches in Muscat and Oman are Al-Bustan Beach, Tantab Beach, Al-Jassa Beach, which offer suitable and acceptable facilities to tourists.
What is the religion and language of the people of Oman?
Oman is one of the southern neighbors of Iran. The official language in Oman, like other countries in the Persian Gulf, is Arabic, but it is good to know that other languages such as Baluchi and Hindi are also common in this country, also due to communication.
History between Oman and Zanzibar Some people in Oman also speak Swahili, English is the second language in this country like in other parts of the world, and when traveling to Oman, if you are familiar with Arabic No problem, because almost all the paintings in the cities of Oman are in both Arabic and English, the people of Oman follow the religion of Islam, and almost 75% of them follow the religion of Ibadiyya, which is one of the oldest religions in Islam.
The people of Oman, Shiites and Sunnis, also live in this country, but there are not many of them, and for this reason, occasions such as Ramadan and other holidays that are important for Sunnis and Shiites are also planned in this country.
Culture and customs of the people of Oman
When traveling to Oman, one of the things you should get acquainted with is the customs and culture of the people of Oman, because this country is one of the Arab countries and its people have special customs, and it is better to get acquainted with these customs before traveling. Do not get in trouble and you will be better able to communicate with these people, getting to know the customs and traditions of these people will be as attractive to you as the tourist attractions of Oman.
Omani m en, like other Arab men, wear a Deshdashe (Beshet), which is a dress with long sleeves that is usually collarless and reaches to the ankles. At the collar, there is a button that is usually fastened and a pendant. Which is always fragrant, also men in Oman wear turbans and some of them also hold wooden or metal sticks which is more common among the elderly and old people, it is good to know that Omani men in In their official ceremonies, they wear a dagger, which is a symbol of masculine dignity, which, of course, is almost the same for men in most Arab countries.
Omani women, like other Arab women, wear the Islamic hijab and wear long clothes, and many also cover their hands and face with shawl, but you should know that this dress of Omani men, like other Arab men, is a Dashdashe, which is a dress with long sleeves, which is usually without collar and up to the ankles. There is a button on the collar that is usually fastened and a pendant that is always fragrant, also men in Oman wear a turban and some of them also hold wooden or metal sticks, which are more common among the elderly.
It is good to know that Omani men wear a dagger, which is a symbol of masculine dignity, on their waists in their official ceremonies. Of course, in most Arab countries, men's clothing is almost the same, Omani women, like other Arab women, wear the Islamic hijab and wear long clothes, and many of them also cover their hands and face and wear a shawl. But you should know that this is less common in Oman than in other Arab countries.
How is Oman Climate?
Muscat is located on the Arabian Peninsula with long, hot summers like any other Middle Eastern country. Rainfall is very rare in this city, and often falls in the winter months. Muscat has a hot and dry climate with long, very hot summers and short winters. Annual rainfall in Muscat is about 100 mm (4 inches), mostly falling from December to April.
In general, it rains in Muscat for a few months, on average, it only rains. The climate is very hot and in summer the temperature is up to 49 ° C. Northerly winds occur in Muscat during the summer months. They are very dusty and start in the morning, but decrease at night. Dust storms are a phenomenon that rarely affects Muscat during the summer months. Oman points, including Muscat, reach from the Mediterranean Sea or North Africa.
The climate of Oman is very hot due to its geographical location, which is clos e to the equator. This is one of the reasons why some people are prevented from migrating because, in general, very cold or tropical countries have fewer fans among those interested in migrating. However, the country has managed to reduce some of its dependence on oil and its sales in recent years, and to upgrade its tourism and fishing industry.
Muscat is located in the Arabian Peninsula, with long and warm summers similar to any other Middle Eastern country. The rainfall in this city is very rare, and often drop in the winter months with warm and dry weather, which is long and very hot summer and low winter. Annual rainfall of Muscat is about 100 mm (4 inches), mainly from December to April. In general, precipitation in Muscat is several months, on average, only witnessed rain.
The weather is very hot and in the summer temperature is up to 49 ° C. The north wind occurs in the summer months in Muscat. They are very dusty and begins in the morning, but it's diminished in the morning. The dust is a phenomenon that is rarely affected by Muscat in the summer months. Western, winter to many Oman spots, including Muscat, bring from the Mediterranean or North Africa Sea. Oman's ambition, due to its geographical location, which is close to the equatorial line.
The same is one of the reasons why the immigration of some people is, in general, very cold or tropical countries have fewer fans between immigration enthusiasts. Nevertheless, the country has succeeded in reducing its dependence on its oil and sell its tourism and fishing industry in recent years.
What countries are Oman Partners?
Oman has become central to the activities and presence of large business companies. China is the largest trading partner of Oman. So that many of the goods exported from Oman, China. We continue to make the most important imported and exported goods of Oman to better understand the market needs of this country.
What countries are the most important destinations of Oman's export goods?
According to the World Trade Organization in 2018, China alone has 43.9 percent of Oman's export goods. Subsequently, Japan is about 7%, Taiwan with about 5 percent and Saudi Arabia, South Korea and South Korea with less importers of Omani goods.
What countries are the most imports of Oman?
The global trade organization indicates that China has been the most important business partner of the country with about 8.45 percent of the import volume of Oman. After China, according to US countries, 7.10%, India with 6.72 percent, Japan with 5.96 percent, Saudi Arabia and Italy are the main exporter of goods to Oman. Despite the neighborhood of Iran and Oman, Iranian goods do not have much to import in its imports.
List of most important imported goods Oman
Industrial lack of industrialization has caused part of the imports of southern neighboring Iran to industrial components and machinery. To export to Oman, this area can be reviewed. The most important imported goods of Oman is listed according to recent years.
- Machines, mechanical devices and boilers
- Fossil fuels and coal, mineral oils, bitumen, different mineral products.
- Steel and iron products
- Plastic products
- Dairy and meat products, egg birds, honey
- Electrical equipment and audio and video
- Pearls and precious stones, precious metals
- Organic chemicals
- Ship, boat and floating structures
Exports of building materials to Oman
Oman's country has a desirable geographic location as well as access to the Indian Ocean, becoming one of the regional and economic poles of the region. For this purpose, with long-term planning intends to reach its intended goals. In recent years, investment and infrastructure development in the country has increased sharply, and the export of construction materials to Oman has been associated with unprecedented growth.
The construction of new economic areas and industrial settlements, the creation of urban and urban infrastructure in Oman has grown. With the growth of construction infrastructure in the country, imports of building materials such as cement and iron are strongly felt, and many countries are active in this area. Exports of construction materials to Oman from Iran also grow high and cement exports from Iran to Oman continuously underway. Iranian traders are very active in exporting other products such as construction of construction stone to Oman and iron export in this area.
Customs rules and export currency to Oman
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Customs tariff export of fruit to Oman
Import of any goods to Oman is only possible by companies registered in Oman, and many foreign businessmen for activities in the market are registered in Oman. Commodities that require after-sales service should have an Omani lawyer to carry out clearance issues. The average customs tariff rates of fruit exports to Oman and other agricultural groups are 4.7%. Some commodities are exempted like livestock, types of meat except for pork, rice, wheat, corn flour, fresh fruit and tea from customs facts.
Export port to Oman
Two mountain beaches overlooked the Gulf of the West in the western part of Oman, which is more than 2500 feet. The depth of water in most parts is more than fifteen meters, which reaches more than 9 meters in the coast. In fact, this Gulf is one of the natural harbors of the region.
The second Gulf, which is more important is located in the eastern part of the al-Jawal, and the extent of its span reaches three miles and extends to a distance of 9 miles. The depth of water is from 27 meters to 33 meters, and it is possible that the bay will be in the future as anchorage and port for a large fleet.
Ports of Oman
- Qaboos Port: Currently, the most important and most equipped port of Oman, which is relatively modern, is also based on Muscat and during the time of Sultan Qaboos and is being used with full equipment.
- Khasab Port: In the Musandam peninsula, it has been very important for the sake of Oman's forces in this area.
- Sohar port: located in the province of the inside.
- Matrah port is placed in four kilometers northwest of Muscat and is considered to be an important ports of Oman. Given the proper position that this port has a suitable place for the peak of ocean ships. The port of the minerals transmitted by the crude oil pipelines from the domestic areas of Oman to this port is exported.
- Sour port: It is located at 85 miles south-east of Muscat and has more fishing.
- Minnesut Port: This port is special for tanker shipping and is located near Yemen.
- Barakeh Port: Most residents of this port are Iranian and Baluch.
- Lava port: located in the north of the country. The other Ports of Oman are Salela, Suvademi, Maragheh, Khaburah and Suham ports.