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Tripoli as Seen from the Citadel
Bohsas/Bab elRaml districtsBab elRaml districtelNejmeh districtMansouri Great MosqueSaray elAateekah/Zahriyyah districtsRifa'iyyah MosqueZahriyyah districtThe Latin Italian ChurchZahriyyah districtAs'adi Mosque (or Shoum or Sharafeddeen Mosque)Zahriyyah districtSt. George (Jorjios) Orthodoxe ChurchTebbaneh districtOuwaysiyah (Sarwa) MosqueTebbaneh districtBourtasi MosqueAbou Ali RiverMahmoud Beik (The Sanjaq) MosqueNasser MosqueTebbaneh districtSaydeh ChurchelQobbah district
  • Quick Description: Panorama showing a 200 degree view of Tripoli (South, South East, East, North East, North and part of North westren Tripoli).
  • Photographer: Ghazi Omar Tadmouri
  • Date and time: 10th of August 2003; 15:30 PM.
  • Place: The photo was taken from the Tripoli Citadel located in the Abou Samra district at 40 meters altitude.
  • Number of shots: Six
  • Camera: Olympus IS-200
  • Lenses: Panorama was photographed using the built-in lens (28-110 mm, 1:4.5-5.6, 52 mm).
  • Filters: No special effect filters were used.
  • Exposure: Automatic (general)
  • Film: Kodak ProFoto 200
  • Digitalization: Corel Photo-Paint v. 6.0, and ACDSee v. 3.1

Tripoli as Seen from Nejmeh District
Northern TripoliNorth-Eastern TripoliTebbaneh DistrictNejmeh DistrictQobbat AlNasr DistrictThe Mansouri Great MosqueThe Tripoli CitadelAbou Samra DistrictSouthern DistrictsNejmeh Street
  • Quick Description: Panorama showing a 225 degree view of old Tripoli (North, North East, East, South East, and part of Southern Tripoli).
  • Photographer: Ghazi Omar Tadmouri
  • Date and time: 8th of May 2001; 6:15 PM.
  • Place: The photo was taken from the Nada Center tower located in the Nejmeh district at 20-25 meters altitude.
  • Number of shots: Four
  • Camera: Olympus IS-200
  • Lenses: General panorama was photographed using the built-in lens (28-110 mm, 1:4.5-5.6, 52 mm). Zoomed photos were taken after adding the Olympus IS/L Lens (C-210, H.Q. Converter, 53-210 mm, 1.9X, 52 mm).
  • Filters: No special effect filters were used.
  • Exposure: Automatic (general) and manual (2-4 seconds for zoomed photos) exposures were utilized.
  • Film: Kodak ProFoto 100
  • Digitalization: Adobe Photshop v. 5.5, Corel Photo-Paint v. 6.0, and ACDSee v. 3.0

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