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Gallery of mass wedding night معرض ليلة فرح
Saudi Arabia

Gallery of mass wedding night

Organized by the "Social Photographers Forum" for the sake of the "Association of Marriage and Family Guidance in Jeddah", on thursday 21/07/2011 at Arab complex.

Ceremony of the opprtunity was Honored by the Sheikh Saleh bin Ali Al Turki, who wandered around the gallery, and briefed on the technical details of 66 displayed photographs, embodied the main events of the 12th mass wedding  

Copyright: Ali Barnawi
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Загружена: 11/08/2011
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Tags: jeddah; wedding; marriage; virtual tour; ksa; 360; saudi; gallery; photo; exhibition
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