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Birkat Al Mouz Ruins

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Birkat Al Mouz Ruins

161 Reviews
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Hollandfootball wrote a review Aug 2020
Aalsmeer, The Netherlands517 contributions34 helpful votes
Parking nearby is difficult so in the shopstreet is enough space . We were lucky the that a local want to show us the ruin free of charge. Scenic view. For the whole area, go on time because of the heat and pay attention when walking!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dragos68 wrote a review Mar 2020
Bad Mergentheim, Germany228 contributions64 helpful votes
It is a sad feeling to see all these houses but this makes also Oman. They leave the old ones and build new ones next to it. Here was a big town. Bayt al Ridaydah Castle is closed until further notice. .. Be careful in one of these houses lives a person and when he sees the tourists starts talking and explaining some stories. I said I am a guide and I don't need any information he still wanted to have some money. .. In that town there is a very nice coffee shop which I posted a picture.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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pbhPlymouth wrote a review Mar 2020
plymouth973 contributions255 helpful votes
These lovely old buildings are slowly being renovated into a tourist hot spot which will eventually spoil the original village. Currently it is lovely to explore the winding streets and imagine how life was so simple and basic.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Chris P wrote a review Jan 2020
Farnham Common, United Kingdom878 contributions259 helpful votes
An interesting 30 minute walk around the old, mud brick village. Most of it is in ruins, but renovation of one or two buildings is already underway, and more are planned. Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: January 2020
donaxrd wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia18 contributions8 helpful votes
Take time to walk through the falaj area of Birkat Al Mouz to see how the Omanis have managed living in a dry climate. Wander through the streets and get a feel for this beautiful and generous country.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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