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Ancient huts at Moses Pool in El Tour
Egypt

The Moses Pools, also known as the Hammam Mousa, are a natural thermal spa on the northern end of the city of El Tour. On the moist sandy ground huge date palm trees grow in a vast area. These basic huts are now abandoned and the only visitors today are camels and goats from the local population.

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Tags: red sea; egypt; sinai; outdoors; date palm trees; hammam mousa
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