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Arset El Bilk
Morocco

This panorama is next to Arset El Bilk square, and you can see the row of horse drawn carriages waiting to take tourists away. Its actually on the walk to Djemaa el Fna square from Koutoubia-Mosque.

Copyright: Tom Mills
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Resolution: 7700x3850
送信日: 10/06/2010
更新日: 16/08/2013
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