Great highways in Oman.
Yes, mountains, dry landscapes.
Seen in Fish Souk in Nizwa.
The Oasis city of Nizwa, the largest in the interior province,
was the capital of Oman in the 6th and 7th centuries.
Today it remains one of the most popular tourist attractions
with its historical buildings and imposing fort
built in the mid 17th century by Imam Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya'ribi.
The town's immense palm oasis stretches for eight kilometers
along the course of two wadis.
It is famous for its bustling souq where tourists can buy
exquisite copper and silver jewelry and other craft items.
A must: Nizwa Fort.
View over the city of Nizwa.
Village of Al Shraija.
Roses, corn ...
… pomegranate season is definitely gone.
Detail of a typical Omani door.
In the middle of the mountains.
Very interesting mountains.
Catch me if you can!
Bye bye CHEDI!
Bye bye Oman.
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014!