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Syrian Long Distance Bus
Syria
Comfortable long distance busses are connecting all main cities in Syria.Damascus-Aleppo 360km in 3:45h and for about 3Euros
Copyright: Willy Kaemena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5000x2500
Chargée: 04/09/2008
Mis à jour: 06/06/2014
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