Street Art Oman Images from the streets of Muscat

By Abi King | Asia

May 20

Picture of wave breaking in OmanStreet Art Oman

Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, easily wins the prize for the cleanest capital city. At least on this blog. Its tarmac is flawless, its water pristine. Even the lamp posts look as though they’ve sprouted up overnight like perky moles in a Disney cartoon.

Yet, enough about all that slick urban planning. Oman also has its own version of street art, with the khanjar, or curved dagger, glittering in alleyways as well as on the country’s flag. As part of this week’s Photo Friday – here’s a collection of street art pictures from Muscat, Oman. Enjoy!

Picture of curved daggers in a cross - street art in Muscat, Oman

Street Art in Muscat

Picture of a khanjar - the symbol of Oman

The Khanjar: The Symbol of Oman

Picture of coloured glass outside a market in Oman

Colours in Oman

Picture on the streets of Oman - blue background, specialist silver kettle

Street Art in Muscat

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