Oman, it is a country in Middle East. The capital of Oman is Muscat.
Total Area: 309,501 km?2;
Population: 4.636 million
The peninsula lies on the Arabian tectonic plate and is considered the subcontinent of Asia with a land area of 119,499 square miles. Oman borders on the Arabian Sea and strategically borders on the oil and gas-rich Persian Gulf and the valuable transport hub Oman Gulf. Oman's unique landscape contrasts strongly. The region offers everything from deserts to the Rocky Mountains, from bustling cities to calm oceans. The capital city of Muscat has a coastline of 3,165 kilometers, while the Al Hajar Mountains are the highest mountains in the Arabian Peninsula. The range separates the low coastal areas of Oman from the extensive desert.
The map shows the Sultanate of Oman in the southeast corner of the Arabian Peninsula. Oman borders Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen. The map also shows the surrounding countries with international borders, the capital of Muscat, large cities, main roads and major airports.
Most trips to Oman begin in the capital, Muscat, and are known to anyone visiting the Great Sultan Qaboos Mosque. Before sunset, drive across Muscat to Mutrah Corniche. Stroll with the locals in the beautiful coastal area, where the white buildings and mosques stand out from the Rocky Mountains and the fortress and radiate a golden light in the evening sun. The 1675 Jablin looks like a sandcastle in a date palm oasis. You can hike through the labyrinth of space to see defensive methods like murder holes and gaps in the ground that once showered the enemy with boiling jujube oil. Another popular fort is the 17th-century Nizwa Fort, with its huge round towers that allow you to climb the mosque, bazaar, distant Rocky Mountains, and dates surrounding the oasis city. Beautiful views of coconut palms.