Suhail Bahwan Group's 2015 Calendar presents a visual journey of Oman's Rich Heritage through rare photographs
Muscat, Sultanate of Oman - 26 January, 2015.
The Suhail Bahwan Group's 2015 Calendar celebrates the rich heritage and history of the Sultanate of Oman. With a unique compilation of rare photographs of Oman's past, the calendar provides a visual tour of Oman's rich heritage.
Secured from Oxford University library archives and printed with permission, the calendar offers some rare glimpses of Oman's erstwhile landscapes, lifestyle, landmarks and people.
The featured photos include Oman's unique Mango boats and boom boats during 70s, a picture of the oldest mosque in Sur, a rare aerial image of Shihu hilltop village in Khasab, one of the old gates of Muscat which were locked at 6 pm each day in the 60s, a glimpse of Nizwa fort as it looked in the 60s, another rare image of the people of Misrah, Wadi Bani Kharous, threshing barley in the 70s and, remains of an interiors of Rumays fort.
The calendar has been well-appreciated by its customers, business associates, employees and other stakeholders.