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Travel guide to Mogadishu

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Travel guide to Mogadishu

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Re: Travel guide to Mogadishu

Postby GeoSeven » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:05 am

This is gold. Says it was written by Mohammed Sheikh Ali Jimcaale, his father was a post independance minister.

This is amazing. The man sitting on the chair is also Osmaan Jeelle, the best Mayor Xamar ever had.

Just look at the content of that procure, and this was 40 years ago.


Wish I was around in Xamar of the 70s and 80s :ahh:

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Re: Travel guide to Mogadishu

Postby Bermooda » Mon Aug 05, 2013 5:43 am

GeoSeven wrote:This is gold. Says it was written by Mohammed Sheikh Ali Jimcaale, his father was a post independance minister.

This is amazing. The man sitting on the chair is also Osmaan Jeelle, the best Mayor Xamar ever had.

Just look at the content of that procure, and this was 40 years ago.


Wish I was around in Xamar of the 70s and 80s :ahh:
:sadcam:


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