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Forts in Oman being revamped for tourists

April 19- Tourist to Jabreen Castle will soon find themselves in the presences of an audio tour, said Abdullah Al Thahli, Director, forts and castles at the Ministry of Tourism, Oman. "The audio set up has been completed but it will take some time for the tourists to be benefited by this. Setting up of coffee shop, provision of special lighting effects and other amenities are currently on,” he added.
The audio tour will basically consist of an electronic guide that will automatically broadcast information via headphones to be worn by tourists. The information will be provided in six languages -- Arabic, English, German, French, Japanese and Hindi.  Also, the internal and external lights are being changed besides the maintenance of the fortress coffee shop, he added.

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