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OUT HOUSE TALPUR FARMHOUSE SINDH
SINDH

I been building this farmhouse since 1979. There are gardens, Fountains in several places, a library, walking paths, welcome Office at Main Entrance, an Outhouse, and Residential area, It is a very beautiful and cool place in our town. I really love my Farmhouse. When I was taking this photograph the day was very sunny and windy.

Copyright: Mir mehrullah talpur
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Uploaded: 12/12/2010
Updated: 20/08/2014
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  • Dr.Sana Ullah Talpur 10 months ago
    What a great view .Talpur Great.............
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