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Sultan Qabus Moschee
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Nach drei jähriger Planung wurde in Muskat in der Zeit von 1995 bis 2001 die Große Sultan Qabus Mosche errichtet. Die Moschee liegt an der Hauptstrasse zwischen Maskat und Sib. Für Touristen ist die Moschee in der Regel am Donnerstag geöffnet.

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