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  • 1. By Walid – 4C
  • 2.          1.INTRODUCTION 2.GEOGRAPHY 3.CULTURE 4.CLIMATE 5.PICTURE 6.ECONOMY 7.CONCLUSION 8.BIBLIOGRAPHY 9.PICTURE
  • 3.  My country is Oman. The population in Oman is 3.15 million. The languages are Arabic and English. . The capitol of Oman is Muscat. Oman is in Asia. When I chose this country. I was thinking that it was going to be a challenge for me because I didn’t know anything .
  • 4.  Oman is a country in the Middle East. It is surrounded by U.A.E, Yemen and Saudi. Did you know that Oman is 1,000 miles long? The country is the size of a state called Kansas. Oman has about 20% mountains. The highest mountain is called AL SHAMS which is 9 957 feet high. Oman has no rivers or lakes. The capital of Oman is Muscat and it is on a peninsula.
  • 5.  The national day in Oman is November 18 and 19. The first Oman poetry festival was held on December 2006 in Muscat. Did you know that there was a famous Indian pop star in Oman? Oman uses plants to make movies.
  • 6.  Oman is so hot because it is 40c and 110f in coastal areas. It rains about 25 inches every year. Oman is mostly covered in deserts and mountains.
  • 7.  Oman s a poor country. Oman exports 61% of petroleum, oil and crude. Oman exports to U.A.E, China, Korea, India, Japan, U.S, Singapore and Thailand.
  • 8.  Oman is an amazing country. I learned a lot. I chose this country because it looks fun and it has amazing places. I learned that it rains about 25 inches every year. I want to know more about the money but I think I learned enough.
  • 9. 1.Oman Enchantment of the World by Leila M. Foster, 1999 2.Cultures of the World Oman by David C. King, 2009 3.Wikimedia commons