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The public park not far from Gazelle fountain
Libya

Public park in downtown Tripoli; popular spot with some cafes and nice shade. Not far from Gazelle fountain it is well-frequented during the day through till late evening.

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Uploaded: 31/10/2009
Updated: 07/10/2014
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