After touring the first ancient irrigation system, Misfat Al Abriyeen, Geoff explored Birkat Al Mouz, where the water system is channeled over a wall to maintain a high water level for as long as possible before it is distributed to gardens.

This video is the third in a series where Geoff takes us on a journey through Oman’s ancient water harvesting and irrigation systems. To follow his adventure, watch the following videos:

The Ancient Irrigation Systems of Oman – https://youtu.be/mCSLkFQq210
The Ancient Irrigation Systems of Oman; Misfat Al Abriyeen – https://youtu.be/_1hebGcD6bM
The Ancient Irrigation Systems of Oman; Wadi Bani Khalid – https://youtu.be/HKxWbIN4nbo

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