Best Destinations For History Traveler In 2019

NAVYA | April 9, 2019

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History and travel often go hand in hand because the importance of a place gets much more increased with the story of its origin. The fascinating tales of the inception of a destination makes it even more motivating for the traveler to get there.With growing awareness and explosion of information in the internet, many travelers are looking forward to choosing historic destinations to get an enthralling experience.Here are some of the best destinations for the History traveler in the year 2019:

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Oman Aviation Group

Established in Muscat in February 2018, Oman Aviation Group is a government holding tasked with enabling the Sultanate’s aviation, tourism and logistics sectors. Comprising Oman Air, Oman Airports, Oman Aviation Services, Muscat Airport City, and Meteorological Navigation Services, the Group works diligently towards building an integrated aviation supercentre to lead Omani national aviation interests into the future.

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