The tomb is in the middle of the city. it was claimed that storm has demolished most of the old Tomb and later on the Municipality restore the Tomb to be more accessible.
Impressive and indeed very long tomb - I counted 73 tiles (about 12”length each tile)! Lot of local hype about the tomb, but I could not find any confirmation of the authenticity of hazmat Imran’s tomb. (Many Muslims divided about whether or not he was a prophet or a pious person).
A must visit specially for families with kids as it exposes our kids to these olden tombs and their related tails.
We visited this site as part of a study abroad program of our university. Before I give my opinion, I must preface this by saying that I am giving a Western point-of-view and this in no way reflects what locals feel regarding this place. The tomb belongs to a prophet, but our Omani tour guide informed us that there is no actual evidence that the prophet's remains are at this location. This tomb used to be open-air and the building was built around it. The ambience was strange to me and somewhat spooky due to the length of the tomb. There is much mystery that surrounds this area, but it is sacred to Omanis and Muslims. I cannot help but feel a disconnect, since I could not appreciate its significance. There was not much information at this site and our information we received from the tour guide. If you like unique places, then you may enjoy this place.