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Abou Ali River - Tripoli Lebanon (early 20th Century)

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The Qadisha River Running Next to the Burtasi Mosque (Early 20th Century).

A rare view of the Abou Ali River and the Burtasi Mosque at the beginning of the 20th century.

The Tripoli Citadel: The 20th Century
Abu Ali River Running Behind the Tripoli Citadel: 20th Century.

Abou Ali River at the beginning of the 20th Century.

General Guru inaugurating the Bohsas bridge in May 1, 1911. In this photo, Moutran Doumani, Mr. Bashir Alameddeen, and General Allegion Donaut.

Abou Ali River During the French Mandate.

Abou Ali River and the Bourtasi Mosque.

Abou Ali River During the 20th Century.

Abou Ali River After the Flood of 1955.

Abou Ali River During the 20th Century.

The Tripoli Citadel: Second Half of the 20th Century
Abu Ali River and The Tripoli Citadel: Second Half of the 20th Century.

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