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Al Buraimi (Arabic: البريمي) is a governorate of Oman which was split from the Ad Dhahirah Region. Until October 2006, the area was part of Ad Dhahirah Region. At this time, the new governorate was created from the wilayats Al Buraymi and Mahdah. A third wilayat, Al Sunaynah was created from parts of the two.
Cities, towns & villages in Al Buraimi
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Al QābilAl Qabil is a village in Al Buraimi Governorate (formerly Ad Dhahirah Region), in northeastern Oman. A small agricultural village on the edge of the Wahibah Desert, Al Qabil lies about 25 kilometres south along the Muscat-Sur Highway (Highway 21) from Al Ain across the border in the United Arab Emirates. The village lies south of Mazyad and Al Zahir and west of Hisn Mazyad and lies 10 kilometres northwest of Al-Mintirib. Described as a \"prosperous market village\", Al Qabil lies at a curve in the road before \"descending into the Sa'dah basin from the west\". The village is said to contain populations of the Al Bu-Shamis group of the Na'Im who moved into the village from across the Emirates border.Wadi Sarin is said to flow nearby. Show Al Qābilon the map
ḨamāsahHamasa is an area currently in the Buraimi area in Oman. Hamasa, for the period of 200 years, was the capital of the Buraimi district (at that time a part of Saudi Arabia). Hamasa's history dates back thousands of years, and in 2015 was the site of archaeological investigations undertaken by Sultan Qaboos University, the Omani Ministry of Heritage & Culture and Zayed University. It was described by the explorer Wilfred Thesiger as being involved in the slave trade when he visited in the 1940s. Show Ḩamāsahon the map
SunaynahSunaynah or As Sunaynah (Arabic: السنينة As-Sunaynah) is a village in Ad Dhahirah Region, in northeastern Oman. It lies along the Muscat-Sur Highway (Highway 21), north of Abu Silah and south of Al Qabil. The hamlet of Harmuzi lies to the southwest. The village contains a substantial area of greenery and is described \"remote, even by Omani standards\". The village is reportedly occupied by the Al Nuaimi tribe; in the 1960s the tamimah of the Al Nuaim was reported to be 'Ali ibn Hamuda of the Al Bu Khuraiban division, who lived at Sunainah. Show Sunaynahon the map
Al BuraymīAl Buraimi (Arabic: Al-Buraimī) is a governorate of Oman which was split from the Ad Dhahirah Region. Until October 2006, the area was part of Ad Dhahirah Region. At this time, the new governorate was created from the wilayats Al Buraymi and Mahdah. A third wilayat, Al Sunaynah was created from parts of the two. Show Al Buraymīon the map
ḨaylAbud or Hayl is a village in Al Buraimi Governorate, in northeastern Oman.The village lies south of Ash Shuwayhah. Nearby is a small populated place called Al Juwayf. Show Ḩaylon the map
Ash ShuwayhahAsh Shuwayhah is a village in Al Buraimi Governorate, in northeastern Oman. It lies north of Abud. Show Ash Shuwayhahon the map
SinādilSinadil is the name of a city in Ajman. Show Sinādilon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Al Buraimi
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Muḩāfaz̧at al BuraymīAl Buraimi (Arabic: Al-Buraimī) is a governorate of Oman which was split from the Ad Dhahirah Region. Until October 2006, the area was part of Ad Dhahirah Region. At this time, the new governorate was created from the wilayats Al Buraymi and Mahdah. A third wilayat, Al Sunaynah was created from parts of the two.Show on map