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Hotel Amir Palace. Night. Clear sky, bright stars.

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Hotel Amir Palace. Good sea, the gentle fine sand, bright sun. But now is night. Clear sky, bright stars. Sea are breeding..............................

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A: Hotel Amir Palace. Good sea, the gentle fine sand, bright sun.

by Dmitriy Krasko, 40 meters away

Very nice five-star hotel Amir Palace. Good sea, the gentle fine sand, bright sun. i don't know what ...

Hotel Amir Palace. Good sea, the gentle fine sand, bright sun.

B: Hotel Amir Palace. Just room.

by Dmitriy Krasko, 100 meters away

Very nice five-star hotel Amir Palace. Just room. i dont know what i can tell more......................

Hotel Amir Palace. Just room.

C: Hotel Amir Palace. Main Hall.

by Dmitriy Krasko, 140 meters away

Not bad five-star hotel Amir Palace. Good sea, the gentle fine sand, bright sun. Real big hall..........

Hotel Amir Palace. Main Hall.

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E: Museum, mausoleum of Habib Bourguiba

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G: Mediterranean coast in the town of Monastir.

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H: Metro station Bab Djdid

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I: Sousse's Medina. Old houses. Residential Quarter

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J: Passage to Oriental Market. Sousse's Medina.

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