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Al Hazm Castle is situated in the South Batinah region and is an Example of Omani Islamic Architecture.Built in 1711 by an Imam called Imam Sultan Bin Saif the Second when he established Al Hazm Town as a Capital of Oman.The Castle has an extensive network of Tunnels,the Wooden Doors are intricately carved and the fort has Receptacles for pouring Boiling Water/Date Honey on Intruders through them.The Castle is situated on a Bank of a Wadi,The Roofs are held up by Columns.The Width of each wall is not less than 3 Metres and thus was never penetrated by its Enemies....
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