Tanuf is a village located nearly half-way between two of the largest towns in Al Dakhiliya region of Oman: Nizwa and Bahla.
The village was once an crucial part of the region – the first signs of human existence here date back to the pre-Islamic period. Today, ruining mud-brick houses are an indication of its dramatic history.
The ruins of the old village of Tanuf are a curious memorial to the 1957 to 1959 bombings.

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