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The old town of Tanuf
Middle East

The ruins of old town of Tanuf, is located at the edge of Jabal Akhdar and at the mouth of wadi Tanuf, about 20 KM from Nizwa or 150 Km from Muscat. The town was bombed and destroyed by British RAF in 1954-1955 in a battle against dissident Beni Riyam tribe. In this view the "Tanuf" water bottling plant and the entrance of wadi are also visible.

Copyright: Maziar Hooshidar
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 08/04/2011
Hochgeladen: 08/04/2011
Aktualisiert: 09/03/2015


Tags: old tanuf; old town; wadi tanuf; water bottling plant; bombing; british raf; destroyed; demolished; ruins; 1954; 1955; falaj; nizwa; bahla; western hajar; muscat; oman; royal air force
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