Nizwa Fort (Oman, 17th century)

Nizwa Fort (Oman, 17th century)

The round tower of the largest fort in the Arabian Peninsula had an ingenious defence system.

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Pháo đài Nizwa, Nizwa, Oman, pháo đài, Lâu đài, kiến trúc pháo đài, vòng phòng thủ, pháo đài tròn, tân binh, Tháp, tháp tròn, A Rập, tòa nhà, kiến trúc, bao vây, chiến lược quân sự, nơi trú ẩn, sultan, bán đảo Ả-rập, lịch sử hiện đại, lịch sử

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