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Oman is one of the southern neighbors of Iran. The official language in Oman, like other countries in the Persian Gulf‎, is Arabic

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Oman is one of the southern neighbors of Iran. The official language in Oman, like other countries in the Persian Gulf‎, is Arabic

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. 

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