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08 February 2012

Grandeur

D is for Details
PS093 Hallway outside the Muscat Palace, 200+km 
Southeast of Sohar.

Muscat Palace is also known as "Al Alam Royal Palace". It is situated in between two forts opposite one another and between a rocky hills and the Muscat bay.  The palace is not open to the public but pictures can be taken near the huge gate at the entrance.  


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22 comments:

  1. yes, really grand. i love the arches here and golden hues on them. superb!

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  2. Wow, what a gorgeous place and your photo is fantastic. Love the golden light.

    Thanks for visiting mine!

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  3. Such a grand view!

    DATE for D
    Chubskulit, ABC Wednesday Team

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    1. indeed...i love to go back to this place again but hopefully i could get permission to see and photograph what's inside the palace...just a wish! ;-)

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    1. What a beautiful palace!
      Have a great rest of the week!
      Wil,ABC Wednesday Team.

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    2. Thank you Paula and Wil...

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    1. The lights were really great...thank you Dias

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  6. What a royal, beautiful palace view indeed!

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    1. This is just a hallway outside the palace...maybe its more grand inside the palace...

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  7. hardly DRAB, but rather a DESTINATION place
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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    1. one of the widely visited place here in muscat...

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  8. Wow! What a great shot! Love it!!!

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  9. just wish we could go inside there...it is really one of the greatest shots that I have seen for a while...keep up your good work here.

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    1. thank you. That's also my wish, to get an invitation to photograph the palace.

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  10. Hello.
    Magnificent photo. Love the grandeur of the place...hmm...would be interesting to see what it looks like inside.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Daydreaming Of Yesterday

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