Muscat Rectangular Scarf
Size: 26" x 80"
Color: khaki and green
Material: 100% satin silk with hand rolled edges
Description: Digital print of the aerial view of Muscat, Oman
Situated on a cove surrounded by volcanic mountains, Muscat is the capital of Oman. In 1508 the Portuguese gained control of Muscat and the adjacent
coast. Until driven out in 1650, they maintained a trading post and naval base there. Two 16th-century Portuguese forts overlook the town. Muscat’s old wall still stands, as well as some of its gates. The city's unusual architecture
shows Arab, Portuguese, Persian, Indian, African, and modern Western influences.
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