Bawshar city between the ocean and the mountains south west of Muttrah, its populace is 149,506 people spread over its 43 towns and towns. The most significant of these are: Al Khoweir, Sultan Qaboos City, Al Ghubra, Al Adheeba, Ghala, Al Aa’lam (Information City), Al Sarooj, Bowshar Al Qadima (Old Bawshar) Bawshar Bani Umran, Al Ansab Sanab, Al Hamam, Al Awabi and Al Misfah.
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Its archeological remains and the old stories propose a history returning to the second thousand years BC. It is likewise said – and it is probably going to be valid – that the name Bowshar is gotten from the turmoil saw by this region before, making it be called Abu Sharr (the Iniquitous One); until, when matters settled it was abbreviated to Bowshar.
The Beit Al Kebir (Great House) is among its most huge amazing remains. This landmark of numerous names is otherwise called Beit Al Sayeda Thoraya. Whatever its title it remains as a mind blowing chronicled confirmation, with its special etchings and accomplishments of structure. It is made out of a few anterooms and colonnaded displays and is three stories high.
Likewise here are the fortification and stronghold of Al Fatah and the towers: Al Hammam, Sanb, Harat Al Awraa and the pinnacle and Rawla and Sabla of Falaj Al Sham; the Al Sayed Barghash Wall, the two Bouqa of Al Ansab and Al Hammam, the old stone the old suq of Bawshar and Al Khab
Preeminent among the old mosques are the Al Najar Mosque in the Bowshar Bani Umran Municipality which was raised in the thirteenth century AH, and the close by Al Aweina Mosque, just as the Sanb Mosque and 56 other lesser mosques dispersed all through the Wilayat.