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Zarqua Main Hot Springs
Jordan

Very nice spot on the road to Dead Sea from Madaba, if you travel by car it is worth to descent side road to have refreshing plunge in the spring.

Copyright: Marek Koszorek
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Uploaded: 27/04/2012
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