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Nomad House on top a hill - near Foum Zguid

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Nomad house on top of a hill. The rainshower just passed us overhead.

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A: Desert Sunset in Morocco

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B: Erg Foum Zguid

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I: Foum Zguid

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Foum Zguid, a small oasis town in southern Morocco on the edge of the Sahara. Start or end point of m...

Foum Zguid

J: Foum Zguid

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In the middle op a square in Foum Zguid, where the desert starts.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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