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Mahdhah

Mahdhah

Mahdhah is bordered by the Wilayat of Buraimi and the United Arab Emirates to the south and by the Emirates of Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman and Ras al Khaimah. To the east a chain of mountains separates it from the Batinah South Governorate. It has 9,002 inhabitants and ninety-nine villages.

The Wilayat of Mahdhah has produced personalities who have played distinguished roles in Oman's history. The best known was Ahmed bin Nu'man al Ka'abi, who was the first Arab ambassador to the United States of America in 1840.
Its main historic landmarks are the forts of Ubul, Bait al Nad, al Khabib and Qala'at Sharm.

Tourist sites include Wadi Sharm, Wadi al Qahafi, al Lajj, Uyul, al Ubailah, al Khadhra, al Jazira and Jabal al Howraa.


Traditional Occupations
Local occupations and crafts include spinning, weaving and palm-weave products.