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Al Daris originates from Al Abyad, one of the slopes of Jabal Akhdar. Falaj Daris has two branches. The largest branch is 2750 m long. The smallest branch is 1950 m long. Diversion systems are being set up at 82 places. With the advent of such systems, it is possible to cultivate 200 hectares of land.
These falafels are many years old. It is very broadly constructed. In Oman, the water will be used for agriculture and other purposes to avoid water shortages. It is designed as a water storage solution. The system of digging wells and supplying water through canals was implemented through this. These water sources are built in the highlands of Oman. Such arrangements are made to make water available in the country throughout the year.
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Falajs have a strong connection with the Oman way of life. It has a great connection with their way of life since ancient times. The stored water is used for agricultural purposes, drinking and cooking. Of the 4112 Falajs in Oman, 3017 Falajs still exist. The news is reported by the media.
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