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** For the best experience, view this video (and others like it) on http://www.sidetripofalifetime.com.au or http://www.sidetripofalifetime.co.nz and create your own Oman adventure** One of four World Heritage Listings in Oman, the falaj or ancient canal system reveals how people survived for centuries in the harsh desert landscape. The best place to see a large falaj in operation is at Birkat Al Mauz. Listen as Kamil provides some insight into this fascinating piece of history which is still actively used today. Beauty has an address ~ Oman
The Aflaj Irrigation Systems of Oman are ancient water channels dating from 500 AD water runs through the channels dug from the earth The source of falaj water is groundwater found in the subsoil or valleys It is extracted in a simple manner using gravity instead of pumps It was used for agriculture and all other daily essentials Five Falaj's were added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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11/12/16-11/30/16: Summary of an amazing cruise discovering a part of the World that I have never been to: Chania (Souda) Crete, Suez Canal, Petra-Aqaba (Jordan), Muscat (Oman), Abu Dhabi and Dubai (United Arab Emirates), leaving from Athens, Greece. The discovery of the many different cultures and religions, the lectures on the ship on the history and the Middle-East conflict made this trip very interesting and quite enriching.
We are back on our trip and today, we've reached Salalah, Oman! It was a very quick stop though but still a lovely port side town. The Suez Canal is full of history - a man made Canal that is a shortcut connecting Europe and Asia! Amazing stuff that has helped advance global trade. Plus, we went pass Egypt! Woo! I'm heading to Dubai next, the city of the rich, luxurious and rich. Have I said rich? Subscribe and follow me on my social media for the latest updates! http://twitter.com/felicitytrinh http://instagram.com/felicitytrinh/ No copyright intended. Music by Asher Monroe.
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Suez Canal Cruise from Abu Dhabi, UAE to Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. April 17th to May 2, 2017. Including: Abu Dhabi Muscat, Oman The Suez Canal Aquaba / Petra, Jordan Katakolon / Olympia, Greece The Strait of Messina, Italy Civitavecchia / Rome, Italy More of our tips, tricks and travels at: http://www.TravelFoodDrink.com
Peruvian police rescue a dog that was stranded in a canal.
Kryzs was very interested in learning more about canal system used in Morocco then moving on to next destination.
The property includes five aflaj irrigation systems and is representative of some 3,000 such systems still in use in Oman. The origins of this system of irrigation may date back to AD 500, but archaeological evidence suggests that irrigation systems existed in this extremely arid area as early as 2500 BC. Using gravity, water is channelled from underground sources or springs to support agriculture and domestic use. The fair and effective ... Source: UNESCO TV / © NHK Nippon Hoso Kyokai URL: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1207/
►Check out my Muscat Travel Guide: https://goo.gl/bGfsoJ ►Subscribe now: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►Watch the full playlist: https://goo.gl/Qyn8mH Day 7: Muscat and Nizwa, Oman - We started off in Muscat, then took a drive to Nizwa to visit the fort, had a delicious Omani food lunch, and visited a date palm oasis in the desert. The highlight of the day for me was visiting Misfat Al Abriyeen village and eating Omani street food mishkak. 1:05 Royal Opera House Muscat, Tour - 2 OMR ($5.20) per person - One of the most famous sites in Muscat is the Royal Opera House, and it’s truly an incredible piece of architecture. Although I wasn’t able to visit an opera performance when I was in Muscat, you can go there and admire it from the outside and take a tour to go inside as well. 3:25 Su...
Cruising through Suez Canal, Egypt on Royal Caribbeans' Brilliance of the Seas in April 2011. Cruise departed Dubai and travelled to Fujairah, Abu Dhabi, Muscat (Oman), Suez Canal, Rome, Florence & Barcelona. There were 9 consecutive days at sea from Muscat to Rome which was a cruise record. We were the lead ship of 26 ships travelling through the Canal, mainly cargo ships. Average cost one-way so send your ship through the Suez is US$200,000.
This video is based on our North-South passage in December-2016 through the Suez Canal from the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea on board Royal Caribbean cruise ship the Vision of the Seas. We sailed on 26-November from Venice, Italy to arrive on 12-December in Dubai, UAE, via Piraeus, Greece; Haifa, Israel; the Suez Canal and Salalah, Oman.
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Panama opened the long-delayed expansion of its shipping canal on Sunday with just a dozen of the 70 heads of state invited to see the debut of the third set of locks attending the ceremony