Ibra Oman It includes a number of monuments, and they are scattered throughout most of its parts, varying between castles, forts, ancient towers, and mosques.

Al-Manzfa area, with its forts, towers, and old buildings built with old Omani plaster and cement, which contain inscriptions and decorations, is one of the most prominent landmarks in the state.
Among the most important forts in the Wilayat of Ibra is the Al-Zahir castle in the Al-Yahmedi area, and there are five forts: Al-Shabak, Fariver, Al-Daghasha, Al-Yahmadi, and Beit Al Qasimi. There are nine towers: Al-Qutbi, Al-Nasiri, Al-Qalaa, Al-Mansour, Al-Natalah, Al-Qurain, Sana’a, Al-Safah, Al-Qurna Tower, and Dahesh Tower.

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One of the most important and wealthy mosques in the Wilayat of  Ibra Oman is the Aqaba Mosque, which is built at the foot of Mount Nasiri, where its mihrab faces the Qibla of Jerusalem, and it has taken the state as its slogan.
The tourist attractions in the state vary between the eyes, falajs, and caves.
Among the most important springs are: Abu Saleh – Al-Dayan – Shabihat, all of which have drinking water. As for “Ain al-Salt”, it is famous for the nature of its water, which is useful in treating skin diseases.

Although there are 64 falajs in the Wilayat of “Ibra”, what remains – at present – is only 34. Among the most important of the ongoing aflaj are: Elfrit – Al Masoom – Al Thabti – Abu Makhzin.
One of the most prominent caves in the state is the “Jurf Rajeeb” cave. In addition, there are some sites that can be considered among the tourist attractions of the state, which are distinguished by their abundance of water and shady trees, such as: “Faj Mujaza” in the Al-Hamima area – “Al-Hudma” in the Al-Yahmedi area – and “Qusaybah” in southern Qafifa.


The conventional occupations in Ibra Oman , businesses, and melodies of the Wilayat are different. The most significant are weaving, and particularly weaving customary Omani garments, turning of goats hair, making khanjars and ladies’ adornments, making curios from palm tree leaves and ropes, and calfskin tanning and so on. The businesses are: drying dates and unripe dates, drying lemons, weaving from palm leaves, making customary calfskin merchandise, and gold and silver working.