Documentary exhibition in Musandam Governorate

Dibba: The Documentary Exhibition was organized by the Documentation and Archives Authority in the Wilayat of Dibba in the Musandam Governorate, under the patronage of His Excellency Mr. Ibrahim bin Saeed Al Busaidi, Governor of Musandam, and will continue until November 20.

The exhibition aims to introduce the Omani civilization and highlight the bright cultural, heritage and historical aspects of it, in addition to introducing the historical and civilizational role played by the Governorate of Musandam through different periods of time, spreading knowledge through providing national competencies with knowledge and science, and developing communication and interdependence with the local community and other societies.

The exhibition includes more than 1,200 documents through five pillars: the corner of documentation and archiving history, in which the history of documentation is presented, starting with rock sculpting in ancient civilizations, through the history of archiving, and ending with writing, documentation and migration of the Azd tribes to Oman, the emergence of the Imamate, the Nabahina state and the Ya`ariba state, Corner of Musandam GovernorateIt aims to introduce the governorate and its four wilayats: Khasab, Madha, Dibba and Bakha, and the most important archaeological and historical sites in the governorate, such as Dibba Fort, Madha fortress, the archaeological and Islamic tombs of al-Hawami, the sites of al-Daber, the Sabtan site, Bait al-Qafl, and the citizens’ correspondence corner, where the focus was on displaying citizens’ documents in honor of what they presented.

From an initiative to register their documents with the authority, emphasizing their keenness and full awareness of the importance of preserving documents, and their awareness of the role of the National Records and Archives Authority to preserve national memory, and the Manuscripts Corner contains many topics that highlight a valuable collection of documents, photos, maps, newspapers, magazines and manuscripts that documented Omani history in general.

The history of the Musandam GovernorateIn particular, the digital content that contains a valuable set of stamps, coins and maps, in addition to a group of various documents, also deals in its corridors of the most important and prominent historical stations of the Sultanate of Oman, in addition to various correspondences about the Governorate of Musandam and its historical monuments.

His Excellency Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al Dhawani, Chairman of the National Records and Archives Authority, said that the documentary exhibition in the Musandam Governorate comes in the belief in the importance of highlighting the civilizational and historical role of the Sultanate of Oman through different periods of time, and the role of Omanis in the civilized contribution to human civilization, and an affirmation of the necessity and importance of documents in scientific research. and intellectual creativity.

His Excellency added that the Sultanate of Oman, throughout its extended history, has produced thought and culture, set the most wonderful examples of tolerance and respect, and opened a wide range of relations with the countries of the world according to firm principles and constants based on peace, harmony, good dealing and spreading peace and security. A vast area that extended east and west deep into the Asian, African and European lands.

The historical documents and evidence revealed to us what the Omani man has achieved over the various historical eras. The Commission paid attention to documenting, monitoring, and making optimal use of it in scientific studies and research, realizing the importance of achieving the desired goals and desired goals. It is based on highlighting our cultural and intellectual role, our international relations, the role of the Omani society and its contributions to building integrated sustainable development.

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