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Image of the Ka'aba in Mecca. From comments by the photographer on the Flikr page : the photo was originally taken on 1 January 2003 (in Hajj season) from the 3rd floor with a Nikon small camera; The photographer states that it is not allowed to take pictures in Masjid al-Haram (Grand Mosque), but you can take pictures by your phone.

Date 1 January 2003
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Author "Al-Fassam" Original uploader was Irishpunktom at en.wikipedia
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