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Nizwa kindlus (Omaan, 17. sajand)

Nizwa kindlus (Omaan, 17. sajand)

Araabia poolsaare suurima kindluse ümartornil oli nutikas kaitsesüsteem.

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Nizwa kindlus, Nizwa, Omaan, kindlus, loss, linnuse arhitektuur, kaitsev ring, ringikujuline bastion, kukk, torn, ümmargune torn, araabia, hoone, arhitektuur, piiramisrõngas, sõjaline strateegia, varjupaik, sultan, Araabia poolsaar, kaasaegne ajalugu, Ajalugu

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