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Omani French Museum

Omani French Museum
Photographs of Sultans and buildings in the museum
Established January 29, 1992]
Location Lane 9310, Qasr Al Alam Street, Muscat, Oman
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Type Omani-French heritage museum.
Director Ministry of Heritage and Culture

The Omani French Museum is a heritage museum, located in the former residence of the French Consul, Bait Faransa on Lane 9310, Qasr Al Alam Street, in the old quarter of Muscat, Oman.

The white building which was essentially a palace, was initially established as a present by the Sultan Assayed / Faisal bin Turki to the French Consul in Muscat in 1896. On January 29, 1992, Sultan Qaboos bin Said and the late French President François Mitterrand established a museum in the palace to preserve the historical Omani-French relations. The museum has a substantial collection of items to this effect including photographs of the early French diplomats, historical documents, Omani - French ships, Omani and French costumes and jewellery and furniture.[1]

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  1. ^ "Omani French Museum". Omanet.om. Retrieved January 18, 2009. 


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