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more Ma'aloula photos

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Posted by  Zeid on September 05, 2002 at 09:33:41:

 

well i have to state first that the previous photos where scanned from 3 touristic postcards i bought from a local bookshop when i visited Ma'aloula,(2 of the 3 previous photos where taken by someone called:vahe shahinian).
but the following series are all taken by my own camera while visiting the village in winter 97 with a friend.
the 3 following photos: 1- shows a general view of the village in the background.2-an aerial view to the village from one of the caves( high in the surrounding mountain).
3-the same cave(said to be used by ancient dwellers that ran the persecutions during early christianity,and later as a secure shelter during successive historic periods).
i don't know what happened with the first link about ma'aloula(i did put the right data!),anyways i will try to reload it and send it again later.

 
 
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