Where is this? - #2



This is the second picture in the 'Where is this?' series. Actually, I think this is another easy one. If you think you know where it is (or you want to guess) click on comments.

The pictures for the game 'Where is this?' will all be taken from someplace in Libya and will be in an area open to the public. The prize will be the satisfaction of knowing that you had the right answer! - I'll let you know who the winner is.

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More than one of you had the correct answer, but A.Adam had it first, so he wins this round of the game. He said:

. . . this place is near to the Grand Hotel exatly infront of Shir'a Cafe and Restaurant "Maidan Al gazala." you can see the Post office in the picture and the Ancien cathedral.

I took the picture while standing next to the fountain in the middle of the Maidan Al Ghazala. While I took the picture a bus drove in front of me. Here's what it looks like without the bus:


It was another easy challenge. . . . next time I will make it a little more difficult! Holly did ask that I make a challenge from pictures of posts in my archive, so maybe I will do that too.
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  1. How do you think we can solve the problem in the middle east? Tareq

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  2. Tareq - try this: http://tinyurl.com/psrp4

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  3. hey teri for the people who have never been to lybia can you use some pics that are in your prior posts so that we can play also. that way the people who have never read your old posts have a reason to go back and read some of them..... kinda like the old highlights mag that we use to read as kids....do you remember those??? that old magazine had the little box of pics in the front and the pics where hidden throughtout the magazine.... hugs holly

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  4. since no one has an answer , I will answer and take the priority. this place is near to the Grand Hotel exatly infront of Shir'a Cafe and Restaurant "Maidan Al gazala." you can see the Post office in the picture and the Ancien cathedral.

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  5. may be maidan alghazala itself..

    Rima

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  6. i think it's Maydan alghazala near that Cafe with Shisha...

    or may be Maydan Aljazaear . i don't know

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  7. Lovely thought Khadija .A change of pace is what is needed. I'm not saying the war in Lebanon isn't an important issue, on the contrary, but there's nothing we can do but pray.(I've written on this lately )

    As for where is this?:
    Is it behind the Post Office (the old Municipalty )(BALADIYA)???

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  8. khadija .... check this www.americansupportisrael.jew.usa

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  9. Someone in the UK - Bury to be specific is heckling me. Why? Who knows. . . I always think it's stupid when someone makes comments on blogs that have no relevance to the posts.

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  10. It is also more stupid and typical of americans to try and divert people from where they should be in their mind ... Just think of it and you will know it.

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