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LANDMARK Area
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Copyright: Edgardo Gozun Tumang
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 27/01/2013
Uploaded: 27/01/2013
Updated: 07/02/2013
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  • Edgar about 2 years ago
    The pano was taken infront of Land Mark and also this is the exact location of KARWA bus stop (along Al Markhiya street) bound to Al Shamal municipality. The bus no. are 100 & 101 which they will depart at main terminal starting 6:30am and 2 hrs. thereafter. The bus will pass this place approximately 10 to 15 minutes after its departure but it will depend on the road traffic. They have least 6 trips per day.
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