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NOOR ISLAMIC BANK STATION "DAY 4 - My RUN,My GYM,My METRO"
Dubai

NOOR ISLAMIC BANK STATION

"DAY 4 - MY RUN, MY METRO"
07 November 2012

This is my 1st stop - Red Line Metro Station
during my run (My Run, My Gym, My Metro)
at Dubai, UAE.

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