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Bab Alqiblah
Baghdad

باب القبلة للعتبة الكاظمية المقدسة ويبدو فيها سوق الإستربادي ودخول وفود الزائرين لحرم الإمام الكاظم والإمام الجواد عليهما السلام في مدينة الكاظمية المقدسة - بغداد - العراق

Copyright: Alhusaini
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Resolution: 6500x3250
Taken: 01/01/2007
Uploaded: 29/10/2009
Updated: 02/03/2015
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Tags: imam; islam; iraq; baghdad; shia
  • Hassan Raza about 2 years ago
    Fascinating view which camera did you use for this pano?
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