Villiers took this fine photograph of Muscat from the Jalali, then being used as a prison. It shows the Sultan's palace at left, and the imposing sixteenth-century Portuguese fort of Mirani, the counter-part of Jalali, to the right. In between can be seen some of Muscat's fine old merchants' houses, dating to its heyday in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
- Image reference: PM5096-03
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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