Saham

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'Sahm' redirects here. For the acronym SAHM('stay at home mom'), see Homemaker.
Saham
Town
Saham is located in Oman
Saham
Saham
Location in BOL
Coordinates: 24°10′20″N 56°53′19″E / 24.17222°N 56.88861°E / 24.17222; 56.88861Coordinates: 24°10′20″N 56°53′19″E / 24.17222°N 56.88861°E / 24.17222; 56.88861
Country Oman
RegionAl Batinah Region
Population
(2017)
 • Total140,000
Time zoneUTC+4 (+4)

Saham (Arabic: صحم‎) is a coastal town in the Al Batinah Region, in northeastern Oman.[1] It is located at about 24°10′20″N 56°53′19″E / 24.17222°N 56.88861°E / 24.17222; 56.88861 and has a population of 85,010 (2003 census). Saham is a fishing and a farming town between Al Khaboura and Sohar.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "Saham Travel Guide in Oman". www.5min.com/Video/Saham-Travel-Guide-in-Oman-516948082. 5min Life Videopedia. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  2. ^ Darke, Diana (2010). "Saham". Oman: The Bradt Travel Guide. Bradt Travel Guides. p. 134. ISBN 978-1841623320.