Al-Buraimi (Arabic: ٱلْبُرَيْمِي, romanized: Al-Buraymī) is an oasis city in northern Oman, on the border between Oman and the United Arab Emirates. It is the capital of the Al Buraimi Governorate. An adjacent city on the UAE's side of the border is Al Ain. Both settlements are part of the historical region of Tawam or Al-Buraimi Oasis.
Border between Al-Buraimi (Oman) and Al Ain (the UAE)
|Elevation||292 m (958 ft)|
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