Ar Rustaq Souq in Oman
Whether you’re most interested in natural landscapes, history and culture, or delicious food, Oman has a lot to offer. This nation of around 4.5 million people on the Arabian Peninsula has a rich cultural heritage, with its historical sphere of influence stretching across the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf, as far as Zanzibar and Iran.
Today, it’s a remarkably friendly place to visit. In addition to museums and historic sites, there are a wide range of landscapes: miles of pristine coast, broad swathes of desert, and imposing mountains.
Built in Wilayt Ar Rustaq in Al Batinah South Governorate, Ar Rustaq Souq is one of the most popular markets in the Sultanate. From the small hours of the morning, this market becomes a hub of activity where various goods are traded, such as traditional industries and crafts like silver, blacksmithing, palm leaves, folk remedies, various agricultural crops, in addition to a famous courtyard for selling sheep and livestock frequented by citizens from Al Batinah region’s various states.
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