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AMAZING! A SOMALI CITY WITH A PARK

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Re: AMAZING! A SOMALI CITY WITH A PARK

Postby MrPrestige » Sat Jun 15, 2013 8:09 am

Nice, but that looks like a grazing area rather than a park. This is what you call a designed park in a Somaliland city, Beerta Xoriyada, Ceerigaabo.

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May 18 in Ceerigaabo.
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Re: AMAZING! A SOMALI CITY WITH A PARK

Postby Zamaronavich » Sun Jun 16, 2013 8:16 am

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Masha allah My home town, Borama cadeey, the most green, serene and beautiful city in the Land of the Somalis!....Sxb This is a park, the oldest and the biggest Urban/Communal Park in probably the whole of Somalia....Waxa la yidhaa Seeraha ( Range) It was established by the British back in the 40s and almost surrounds the entire city. To this day, walaahi not a single house has been built on Seeraha mostly because its not suitable for residential buildings, waayo meeshu waa biyo mareen oo Biyaha ka soo rogmada Buuraha Saw, Sharlaganadi and all ayaa xagaas mara so NO one is really stupid enough to build a house on a flood path. Thats the only reason why it has survived, not becoz ree Borama are somewhat more nature loving than their Somali brethrens loolz..Although, that might be the case!.......Mida kale whats with the Burushka xaarka leh, meel yaroo couple of hundred sq meters ah bay ku leeyihin waa Park lolz...If anything, Beeraha Xorriyada in Hargeisa and Cerigabo can not be described as Parks waayo its so small to be such walaahi....Waar Seeraha Borama, wuxu ku wareegsanyahay the entire city of Borama on both east and west ayuu ku kala yaalaa and has not been touched.
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Re: AMAZING! A SOMALI CITY WITH A PARK

Postby Zamaronavich » Sun Jun 16, 2013 8:26 am

Ahhh the houses, My Godness this is the new Sheikh Ali Jawhar area...Find me a more beautiful and peaceful place on the Somali peninsula...Waleee this city has the potential to be the most prestegious and luxurious city of Somalia....Come at me bruv!! Watch me develop that park with trees and beautiful grass and flowers. Watch me develop those roads with Street signs and lane dividers and lamp posts and more foreign ever green ones like, Palm and Pine trees.

iGGA WALLA intay naftu igu jirto I will realise my dream of turning Borama into one of the most prestigious place in East Africa!


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