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In the north it neighbours the Wilayats of Bidbid and Sumail, which are part of the Dakhaliya Governorate, and Ibra and Al Qabil which are part of the Sharqiya Governorates, in the south the Wilayat of Mahut, which is part of the Wusta Governorate, in the east the Wilayats of Badiya and Ja'alaan Bani Bu Hasan and Ja'alan Bani Bu 'Ali, and in the west the Wilayats of lzki and Adam, which are part of the Dhakaliya Governorate. There are about 90 villages . Its history goes back thousands of years, according to what archaeologists have discovered in Samad Al Shaan.Some of its archeological features are: the castle of Al Jawabir in the town of Al Rawdha, the two forts Kabeeb and Khazam in Samad Al Shaan, the fort of Al 'Aqir, the castle of Al Busa'idi in the town of Al Akhdar, and Burj Warid and the houses of Mutowa where the Wilayat meets the Wilayat of Ibra. The most outstanding mosques of the Wilayat are Al Sawar in Al Mudaibi, and the Al Jam'aa Mosque in Samad Al Shaan. There are a number of tourist attractions, natural springs, falaj, caves and modern places of amusement. 
The most important spring is 'Ain Al Harid, which is famous for curing various contagious diseases. The two most important falaj are Al Farsakhi and Bumanin.There are caves throughout the mountains of Al Rawdha and Jabal Madar. One of the modern amusement spots is in the Al Fasha'iya area in Wadi 'Andaam, and others in the towns of Al Sahili, Wadi Daqiq and Wadi Da'ada'.

Traditional occupations
There are various occupations, industries and traditional songs in the Wilayat. Agriculture is the main occupation, famous products being: palm trees, lemons, clover and vegetables, grazing and raising camels are also practiced. Spinning and weaving textiles, weaving palm leaves, bee keeping, making agricultural tools, especially ploughs and spades, making Omani sweets and mats