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Along Al Salah St., Old Airport Area
Qatar

Saturday morning at 10:00 AM, July 13,2013. Along Al Salah Street close to D Ring Road, Old Airport Area, Doha, Qatar. The sun is sizzling hot to the skin and much worse is the humidity. A hot and humid day puts you at high risk of dehydration.

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