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3,500 km² (1,400 miles²) - City population 1,208,114 people

Country: Oman
(+968) - Telecom Zone: Middle East (+9)
Area Code: +968 24

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GPS Coordinates
Latitude: 23 36' 0" N

Longitude: 58 35' 0" E

Decimal:23.6°, 58.583333°

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Muscat is the 1st largest city by population of Oman,

and it is the 450th largest city by population of the World.

Muscat is the capital of Oman. It is also the seat of government and largest city in the Governorate of Muscat.

Ptolemy's Map of Arabia identifies the territories of Cryptus Portusand Moscha Portus. Scholars are divided in opinion on which of the two related to the city of Muscat.
Similarly, Arrianus references Omana and Moscha in Voyage of Nearchus.
Interpretations of Arrianus' work by william vincent and jean baptiste bourguignon d'Anville conclude that Omana was a reference to Oman, while Moscha referred to Muscat.
Similarly, other scholars identify Pliny the Elder's reference to Amithoscuta to be Muscat.

Evidence of communal activity in the area around Muscat dates back to the 6th millennium BCE in Ras al-Hamra, where burial sites of fishermen have been found.
The graves appear to be well formed and indicate the existence of burial rituals. South of Muscat, remnants of Harappan pottery indicate some level of contact with the Indus Valley Civilisation.
Muscat's notability as a port was acknowledged as early as the 1st century CE by Greek geographers Ptolemy, who referred to it as Cryptus Portus (the Hidden Port), and by Pliny the Elder, who called it Amithoscuta.

Muscat is located in northeast Oman, at 2400'n 5700'E. The Tropic of Cancer passes south of the area. It is bordered to its west by the plains of the Al Batinah Region and to its east by Ash Sharqiyah Region.
The interior plains of the Ad Dakhiliyah Region border Muscat to the south, while the Gulf of Oman forms the northern and western periphery of the city.
The water along to coast of Muscat runs deep, forming two natural harbours, in Muttrah and Muscat. The Western Al Hajar Mountains run through the northern coastline of the city.


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