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Baghdad

A small harbour situated in Al-zawraa'. Here lies small boats which someone can rent and paddle around in the lake. A nice way to breathe fresh air:)

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Uploaded: 20/11/2010
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Tags: baghdad; al-zawra; zoo; gardens; boats; lake
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