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Seeb is a coastal fishing town, located in northeastern Oman, just several kilometers away from Muscat. According to a 2003 census, the city has approximately 221,000 permanent residents. Seeb is best known for being the location in which the Treaty of Seeb was signed between the Imamate of Oman and the Sultanate of Muscat. This treaty divided Oman into two distinct regions: the interior region and the coastal region. Seeb features a hot desert climate with very little precipitation. Notable landmarks include the Naseem Garden, the Royal Stables and Equestrian Centre, the Bait al Baraka palace, and Markaz al Bahja.