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Abi Nawas park
Baghdad

Abu Nawas Park, is one of the places which is considered one of the outlets for Iraqi family

And is located on the Tigris River, and from the other side overlooking Sadoun Street and within the Karrada Street

Copyright: Mohammed Aladden
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Uploaded: 28/08/2013
Updated: 02/09/2013
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