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January 10, 2007

Streets of Marrakesh

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a woman with shopping bags in the Kasbah of Marrakesh, watched ba a mule
A street scene in the Kasbah area of Marrakesh, near the Saadian tombs.

One Response to “Streets of Marrakesh”

  1. ileana Says:

    this is so funny:)

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