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Jabal Al Mugheir-Zarqa
Jordan

a view for Zarqa city from Al-Mugheer mountain,you can see old district in city, from higher point in area of water reservoir, it called Zarqa high reservoir...

Copyright: Ahmad matarneh
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 15372x1553
Uploaded: 20/07/2011
Updated: 01/05/2012
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Tags: zarqa city; panorama of al zarqa city from high level place
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