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Heritage Village in Shindagha, Dubai, UAE
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Copyright: Christoph Lueken
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Uploaded: 28/01/2009
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  • Nirmal Dhillon 4 months ago
    No doubt the Heritage village is a Historical landmark and and live old archtectural buildings and museum. Yesterday when I happen to visit that Area I found the temporary washrooms cabins alongside the sheikh Maktoom,s house. When I take picture it covers the beautiful view of the building ( archs illuminated with lights ). This make me unhappy as I could not get the real view of that and instead of that the removeable washrooms cabins covers the major portion of the view. I presume that like me many other people may also felt that. It is is my suggestion to remove them and istall a anyother appropriate. I am attaching the photo of this site for reference.
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