What’s Left

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This appears to be a lovely little mosque sitting on a hillside outside of Jeddah. But upon closer examination, you can see that part of the mosque was demolished and this is what remains. Perhaps a huge landslide claimed what’s missing – many of the large boulders in this area seem to be just balancing on other rocks. At any rate, it’s interesting to note that the remaining section contains the minaret, which identifies it as a mosque…

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About SusieOfArabia

American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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8 Responses to What’s Left

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  2. Puça says:

    siiiii a part is missing!
    But what remains is beautiful

  3. Fishing Guy says:

    Susie: Really neat capture.

  4. m_m says:

    I agree, superb find!

  5. Geogypsy says:

    And yet what’s left standing looks so fresh. Great find and capture Susie.

  6. Jacob says:

    Truly interesting and invites a good deal of speculation.

  7. bettyl says:

    that is definitely an interesting find! great eye you have there.

  8. ewok1993 says:

    Well spotted; looks like a drive by shot.

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