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Oman Diaries: Royal Opera House Muscat

Royal Opera House Muscat - Doesn't it look majestic?

Royal Opera House Muscat – Doesn’t it look majestic?

Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM) is Oman’s premier center of music, art, culture and more. It can seat upto 1100 people for a show.

The lovely entrance to ROHM

The lovely entrance to ROHM

Since it’s opening in 2011, ROHM has conducted numerous shows featuring artistes from across the planet. The ROHM compound also includes¬†gardens, restaurants, theaters and more.

Look at the lights and the carving on the ceiling

Look at the lights and the carving on the ceiling

There’s a daily guided tour (OMR 2) between 8:30am and 10:30am. But we couldn’t make it.

The beautifully crafted doors

The beautifully crafted doors

So we just had to make do with admiring the lovely marble and woodwork, chandeliers and more.

The exquisite woodwork

The exquisite woodwork

The hanging lantern

The hanging lantern

And from whatever I saw, I can surely say that ROHM is an architectural masterpiece.

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1 Comment

  1. Wow! It looks so opulent! With the ceilings and the woodwork! Also the liberal use of white!
    Classy indeed.

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