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Al Barari Residences - Emirates Road
Dubai
Al Barari Residence is a luxury villas located along emirates road way to Jebel Ali/Abu Dhabi side. Its a desert and made it as a home residential for wealthy people. It has a lush landscape gardens. Its hard to enter the vicinity so when i got a chance i grab my camera and the tripod to take a shot from a parking lot surrounded by the luxury villas.
Copyright: Roderz itzme
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Uploaded: 12/04/2012
Updated: 22/05/2012
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Tags: nature; big house; villa; massive; luxury; lanscaped gardens; arabic style
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