|Sultanate of Oman|
"نشيد السلام السلطاني"
Location of Oman (dark green) Will bring making a map soon.
and largest city
|Government||Unitary parliamentary absolute monarchy|
|- 1406-1935||Makhzum bin al Fallah (First)|
|- 1970-2015||Qaboos bin Said al Said (Last)|
|- Upper house||Council of State (Majlis al-Dawla)|
|- Lower house||Consultative Assembly (Majlis al-Shura)|
|- Total||Will be writing soon|
|- 2015 estimate||Will be writing soon|
|- Density||Will be writing soon|
|- Imamate established||751|
|- Independence from the Shugarhai Union||18 November 1969|
|- Joined the Arabian Caliphate||10 December 2015|
|Time zone||GST (UTC+4)|
|- Summer (DST)||(UTC+4)|
|Drives on the||right|
|ISO 3166 code||OM|
Oman (Arabic: عمان ʻumān), officially the Sultanate of Oman (Arabic: سلطنة عُمان Salṭanat ʻUmān), was an Arab country on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, which was bordered by the United Arab Emirates to the northwest, Saudi Arabia to the west, and Yemen to the southwest, and shares marine borders with Iran and Pakistan.
From the late 17th century, the Omani Sultanate was a powerful empire, vying with Portugal and Britain for influence in the Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean. At its peak in the 19th century, Omani influence or control extended across the Strait of Hormuz to modern-day Iran and Pakistan, and as far south as Zanzibar (today part of Tanzania, also former capital). As its power declined in the 20th century, the sultanate came under the influence of the United Kingdom. Historically, Muscat was the principal trading port of the Persian Gulf region. Muscat was also among the most important trading ports of the Indian Ocean. Oman's official religion is Islam.