Jaroslav Kubera, president of the Senate of the Czech Republic, and his accompanying delegation, visited the National Museum, accompanied by Hon Salim bin Mohammed al Riyami, State Council member.
The museum, which is a prominent cultural monument, highlights the treasures of the Omani heritage by adopting the very best practices and requirements.
As per a statement, the museum officials briefed the delegation concerning the archaeological collections, which deal with numerous elements of life in the sultanate more than numerous historical stages.
The delegation viewed the technical gear at the museum and its centre of studying, which is equipped to the highest international requirements. It also toured the facilities for conservation and preventive upkeep and equipped laboratories, in addition to the ambitious programme of conservation and preservation of archaeological holdings carried out by the museum.
Later in the day, the delegation also visited Muttrah Souq, the capital’s landmark conventional industry, created up of a complicated maze of narrow walkways top to hundreds of little shops that sell every little thing from Omani khanjars, halwa, and frankincense to kummahs and spices, added the statement.
Information Source: Muscat Daily