Just the Pictures (Oman) View of Muscat. Mutrah Fort. The corniche seen from Mutrah Fort. Inside Mutrah souq. Sultan Qaboos’ Royal Yacht. Fish statue on the corniche. Canon looking out from the Old Watch Tower. Old Muscat Gate. Commemorative artwork found near Old Muscat Gate. The rear view of Qasr Al Alam Palace. Al Jalali Fort. Looking up at Al Marani Fort. Qasr Al Alam Palace. Sultanate of Oman emblem found on the palace gates. Qasr Al Alam Palace at night. The rear view of Qasr Al Alam Palace and Al Jalali Fort at night. Saloonat Laham Jamal (camel meat curry served with white rice and diced tomatoes) and Findal Ubhar (chunks of grilled sweet potatoes with raisins and cinnamon). Date cheesecake, frankincense ice cream, and Omani coffee. Flower garden in front of Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Niche with an Islamic themed style. The main minaret at the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Inside the Prayer hall in the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque with a 14-meter tall chandelier. Beautifully designed mihrab (semicircular niche inside the prayer hall that indicates the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca). Hall in the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Painting of Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, the current ruler of Oman. Inside the Omani-French Museum, the building used to be the residence of the French Consul. French letters and stamps honoring heroes of the Resistance during World War II. Vertical “Berger” dial. A regional-style of an Omani woman’s dress. Khanjar. Street in Old Muscat with Al Marani Fort in the distance. Painted ibex statues at the Bait Al Zubair museum. Example of an old style Omani shop. Fishing boats with a mesh fish trap on display at the Bait Al Zubair museum. Mosque with Al Marani Fort in the background. Al Marani Fort. View of Old Muscat from the gate. The Gulf of Oman striking a beach in Old Muscat. Aerial image of the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque (found on the wall of the corniche). Hummus with chopped almonds, bread, and a plate of felafel with dip. The corniche at Mutrah. Beach on the Gulf of Oman, near the Intercontinental Hotel. The Muscat Opera House. Said Bin Taimur Mosque.