Work on Hajrat Al Sheikh Walkway Project in Wadi Al Maawil begins

Wadi Al-Ma’awal: Work on the Hujrat Al-Sheikh Walkway Project in the town of “Afi” in the Wilayat of Wadi Al-Ma’awal in the South Al Batinah Governorate begins, in partnership between the Office of the Governor of South Al Batinah, the Municipality of South Al Batinah, business owners and the people of the state supporting the project.

The project is being built on an area estimated at approximately 1,250 square meters and two and a half meters wide, and its total cost is 46,500 Omani riyals.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of April of next year, 2024. Saud bin Saeed Al-Ma’awali, Vice President of the Municipal Council in the South Al Batinah Governorate and representative of the state of Wadi Al-Ma’awil, explained that the project connects three historical and cultural places in the state, which are the Hajrat Al-Sheikh neighborhood, Al-Safala Castle, and the Beit Al-Ghasham Museum, to introduce the visitor to these archaeological sites, indicating that the project passes through many farms and villages in State along the walkway distance.

He added that the project, after its completion, will include special stations to display some home products for craftsmen and some traditional industries for which the state of Wadi Al-Ma’awal is famous, in addition to some projects for small and medium enterprises.

It is worth noting that the state of Wadi Al-Ma’awal in the South Al Batinah Governorate is famous for its many historical shrines, castles, forts, falaj, mosques and ancient archaeological houses distributed in the villages of the state.

The state is also distinguished by its mild winter climate, stressing that this project will be a complementary destination to the tourist attractions in the state.

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